Moscow has expressed its dissatisfaction once again with the U.N.-brokered agreement, which it believes is unfairly biased in favor of Ukraine. In a recent statement, the Russian capital stated that it might rejoin the deal if its demands were met.

The U.N.-brokered agreement, aimed at de-escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine, has been a key point of contention between the two nations. Moscow has repeatedly criticized the agreement, arguing that it disproportionately benefits Ukraine. The Russian government now demands that its concerns and grievances be addressed before it considers returning to the deal.

Both Russia and Ukraine have been locked in a long-standing conflict over the control and sovereignty of Crimea, the disputed region located in the Black Sea. The U.N. agreement was intended to ease tensions and find a diplomatic solution to the ongoing dispute. However, Moscow has argued that the agreement fails to take into account its geopolitical interests and concerns.

It remains to be seen whether Moscow’s demands will be met and what impact their return to the U.N.-brokered agreement would have on the already strained relations between Russia and Ukraine. As the international community closely watches these developments, diplomatic efforts are underway to address the concerns of both parties and find a balanced resolution to the conflict.