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Ukraine war: Abramovich did take part in peace talks, Kremlin says


Roman Abramovich did take part in early peace talks between Ukraine and Russia, the Kremlin has admitted for the first time today.

The Chelsea FC owner, who is currently under UK and EU sanctions, was widely rumoured to have attended a first round of peace talks between the two sides in Belarus during the opening week of the war.

But now Dmitry Peskov, Putin’s spokesman, has confirmed he was in attendance – though is no longer attending the summits which are being left to diplomatic teams from the warring nations. 

‘He did take part at the initial stage,’ Peskov said Thursday. ‘Now the negotiations are between the two teams, the Russians and Ukrainians.’ 

Peskov spoke out after it was revealed that President Volodymyr Zelensky had asked Joe Biden not to follow UK and EU sanctions on Abramovich because he might prove ‘useful’ as an intermediary in talks.  

Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich was spotted in a VIP lounge last week bore he left Tel Aviv for Istanbul. On Wednesday, details emerged about how Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky intervened to protect him from U.S. sanctions

Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich was spotted in a VIP lounge last week bore he left Tel Aviv for Istanbul. On…



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