Henry Kissinger suggested on Monday that Ukraine hand over territory to Russia to secure peace.
Zelenskyy criticized the 98-year-old on Wednesday, saying he was "from the deep past.".
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy criticized former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger for saying Ukraine should hand over territory to Russia in exchange for peace.
In an address on Wednesday, Zelenskyy derided Kissinger for his suggestion, saying the nonagenarian was emerging "from the deep past.".
On Wednesday, Zelenskyy reiterated remarks that Ukraine wouldn't agree to peace until Russia agreed to return Crimea and the Donbas region to Ukraine.
Months before the Russian invasion began, Zelenskyy pledged to do all he could to return the peninsula to Ukraine. »