Ex-Prime Minister of Israel: negotiations in Ukraine were interrupted by West

Negotiations in Ukraine in March-April last year were suspended due to the West. So said the ex-prime minister of Israel, Naphtili Bennett in an interview with Israeli journalist Hanoch Daum.

Bennett in March last year was an intermediary of the negotiation process. According to him, the authorities of Western countries ultimately decided to defeat Putin, instead of agreeing.

“All my actions were agreed to the smallest details with the United States, and with Germany and France. At least 17 draft agreements between the parties were prepared. But they (West) interrupted negotiations,” Bennett says.