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Zelenskyy Voices Concerns Over Potential Trump Return, Warns Against ‘Dangerous’ Peace Negotiations

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VOA News recently reported about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy having expressed apprehension over the possibility of Donald Trump returning to the White House, deeming the former president’s promises to end Ukraine’s war with Russia within 24 hours as “very dangerous.” Zelenskyy, in an interview with Channel 4 News, invited Trump to visit Kyiv if he can fulfill his pledge emphasizing the need for a cautious approach.

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Zelenskyy’s Cautionary Note

Zelenskyy has raised concerns about a Trump presidency potentially leading to negotiated peace terms that may involve Ukraine making significant concessions to Russia. He stressed the importance of involving both sides in such decisions.

The Ukrainian leader, wary of Trump’s unilateral approach urged caution stating that decisions made without considering the perspectives of both parties could be alarming, especially given the complexities of the ongoing conflict.

Trump has maintained his ability to negotiate an end to the war and has expressed admiration for Russian President Putin, causing unease among critics. Zelenskyy’s invitation to Trump to visit Kyiv is contingent on his ability to bring about a swift resolution.

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IAEA Warns of Mines Near Nuclear Plant

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Rafael Grossi issued a warning about mines reportedly re-planted around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant occupied by Russia. This comes months after inspectors reported the area clear, raising concerns about safety standards.

Grossi’s caution adds to fears of a potential radiation leak from the facility, one of the world’s largest nuclear power stations. The situation remains fragile, and access to IAEA experts is restricted by Russian forces.

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