Mykhailo Podolyak said that negotiations can take place only after a ceasefire and the withdrawal of troops from Ukraine.
Former German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is open to negotiations with Ukraine. Such statements can be regarded as an invitation to surrender.
About this adviser to the head of the Office of the President Mikhail Podolyak posted on Twitter.
“With one hand, Russia raises the degree of terror with new barbaric crimes, with the other it invites to surrender. Schroeder is a well-known herald of the empire and a voice at the royal court. If Moscow wants dialogue, the ball is in its field,” the message says.
According to him, negotiations can take place only after a ceasefire and the withdrawal of troops from Ukraine.
As UNIAN previously reported, on July 10, ex-Chancellor of Germany Schroeder said that he did not considers it necessary to refuse from communication with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
July 26 Schroeder went to Moscow to meet with Putin.
On August 3, the seventh chancellor of Germany, the former head of the board of directors of Rosneft, Gerhard Schroeder, who is on friendly terms with the president of the aggressor country, Vladimir Putin, voiced Russia’s wishes to the West regarding Ukraine. Schroeder said that “the Kremlin wants to find a solution through negotiations” and this is “good news.”