This article talked about the demands of both sides in Ukraine-Russia negotiations. Russia demands a guarantee that Ukraine will never join NATO, and also would like Ukraine to recognize the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk Peoples’ Republics as well as Crimea. Ukraine would like an immediate cease-fire and retreat of troops, and says it would take a long-term pause on future NATO membership if they got security guarantees from the United States and other countries. The establishment of humanitarian evacuation corridors still remains a contentious issue, as Russia promised to respect them but their soldiers still continue to shell and shoot, killing refugees in this area. Zelensky believes that the negotiations recently have gone well, signaling that an end to the war may come soon.

See my comments on this article: https://nowcomment.com/documents/308331

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Christian
March 28, 2022 5:42 am

Dear Paul

I am impressed with your post “A guide to what Russia and Ukraine want from talks- and where the red lines are” because it is about the current event that is going on between Ukraine and Russia. That is because of how it started and how it going on at the moment.
One sentence that stood out to me is “The establishment of humanitarian evacuation corridors still remains a contentious issue, as Russia promised to respect them but their soldiers still continue to shell and shoot, killing refugees in this area.” That is because Russian troops are killing hundreds of refugees who are trying to evacuate from the war that is going on.

Thank you for your writing. I look forward to what you write next because I’m interested in what you write next which is a current event in the world today.

Christian

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Brenda Ornelas
Brenda Ornelas
March 28, 2022 4:05 am

Dear Paul, 

I am very intrigued with your post, “A Guide to what Russia and Ukraine want from talks – and where the red lines are” because it gives us a little more in-depth information about the current events of Russia and Ukraine. I think that this war has already caused much pain and loss for many on both sides. 
 
One sentence that stood out to me is: “Ukraine would like an immediate cease-fire and retreat of troops, and says it would take a long-term pause on future NATO membership if they got security guarantees from the United States and other countries.” I just hope that with this the war can come to an end very quickly. 

Thank you for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I would like to be kept up to date with this war. 
– Brenda Ornelas

March 21, 2022 8:05 am

I am impressed by your post, “A guide to what Russia and Ukraine want from talks- and where the red lines are” because it really goes and states what is happening in the war between Ukraine and Russia. I think it is interesting how the conflict occurred and why it occurred. 
One sentence that you wrote that stood out to me is, “Zelensky believes that the negotiations recently have gone well, signaling that an end to the war may come soon.” This sentence stood out to me because it is good news that the conflict that is happening between Ukraine and Russia will finally come to an end in the near future. 
Thank you for your writing. I look forward to what you write next because you have some interesting topics that are recent. I would like to continue to hear what you have to say about Russia and Ukraine and what your opinions are about this war. 
Ruendi

March 17, 2022 8:59 pm

Dear Paul :

I am intrigued by your post, “A guide to what Russia and Ukraine want from talks- and where the red lines are,” because talking about the demands of both sides of Ukraine and Russia negotiations. Ukraine is recognized for the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk people. 

One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “Ukraine would like an immediate cease-fire and retreat of troops, and says it would take a long-term pause on future NATO membership if they got security guarantees from the United States and other countries. ” I think this is important because it talks about how Ukraine would like to be in the future if Nato had security guarantees from the United States.

Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because your writing was interesting and talks about the current problem right now. 

Eliana 

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