Ukraine president threatens to quit talks if Russia holds 'pseudo-referendums' in occupied areas

Ukraine president threatens to quit talks if Russia holds 'pseudo-referendums' in occupied areas
Ukraine president threatens to quit talks if Russia holds 'pseudo-referendums' in occupied areas Copyright Thomson Reuters 2022
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KYIV - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Saturday that Kyiv would quit talks with Moscow if Russia destroys Ukraine's people in the city of Mariupol and holds "pseudo-referendums" to create "pseudo-republics" in Russian-occupied areas.

The Ukrainian president was speaking at a news conference in Kyiv.

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