Moscow, Russia (CNN) — Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday that Russia’s goals in Ukraine can only be achieved by military means.
Peskov told reporters: “So far, there are no preconditions for the transition of the process to a peaceful track.”
He added, “For us, the absolute priority remains and will remain the achievement of our goals. Now they can only be achieved by military means.”
The Kremlin has maintained this position for some time.
At the end of February, China published a “peace plan” for Ukraine, but Peskov said there was no prospect for peace.
Peskov added at the time: “The special military operation (the Kremlin’s euphemism for its war on Ukraine) is continuing, and we are moving towards achieving the goals that have been set.”
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