2022-10-05 00:04:01

The spokesman of Kremlin responded to Mask's suggestion to end the Russian Ukrainian conflict: very positive

Source: Globegroup

[Globegroup reporter Qiao Bingxin] According to Reuters, the press secretary of the Russian President and spokesman of the Kremlin Peskov praised Musk's proposal to end the conflict between Russia and Ukraine on the 4th local time. According to reports, Pescoff said that "people like Elon Musk are seeking a peaceful way out of this situation, which is very positive".

The spokesman of Kremlin responded to Mask's suggestion to end the Russian Ukrainian conflict: very positive

According to reports, Peskov said, "Compared with many professional diplomats, Musk is still looking for ways to achieve peace". Peskov also pointed out that if the conditions of Russia are not met, peace cannot be achieved.

According to Reuters and the British Guardian, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, expressed his views on Twitter on the 3rd local time on ending the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and put forward four suggestions. They are as follows: First, a new referendum on the "forcibly occupied areas" under the supervision of the United Nations; Second, Crimea has officially become a part of Russia; Third, water supply in Crimea is guaranteed; Fourthly, Ukraine remains neutral.

It is reported that the proposal put forward by Musk has aroused strong opposition from President Zelensky of Ukraine. Zelensky tweeted and asked, "Which Musk do you prefer?" The following two options are for Ukraine and Russia. The voting results showed that the former item received overwhelming support.

The spokesman of Kremlin responded to Mask's suggestion to end the Russian Ukrainian conflict: very positive

According to "Russia Today" (RT), Medvedev, Vice President of the Russian Federation Security Council, also responded to Musk's tweet. RT said that Medvedev said on the evening of the 3rd, "Hail to Elon Musk! However, the secret agent has lost his cover. His next tweet will say that Ukraine is a man-made country." RT said that Medvedev's words were not intended to make fun of Musk, but to criticize the hysterical reaction of the Ukrainian government and its supporters to the sincere peace proposal of the American billionaire.