Delegations from Ukraine and Russia Gotta talk again this Monday (14)When the conflict enters its nineteenth day. This is the fourth round of official negotiations to discuss a ceasefire between the two countries.
The information was published on Twitter by the Ukrainian presidential adviser, Mikhailo Podolyak, who is one of the members of the delegation in charge of negotiations with Russia, this Sunday (13). The meeting between the delegations of the two countries should take place by video link.
In the past week, Podolak said, representatives of the two countries have been in “uninterrupted” contact via videoconferencing, and the working groups are “working constantly.”
“A trading session will be held on Monday, March 14th to summarize the preliminary results,” he wrote. According to Reuters, the meeting is supposed to start at 10:30 am Kyiv time.
This Sunday (13), hours after Russia By attacking a military base on the border with Poland, a country that is part of NATO, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky asked the alliance once again to impose a no-fly zone in his country. (see video below).
The President of Ukraine talks about the eighteenth day of the war
progress in negotiations
The Russian and Ukrainian authorities submitted, this Sunday (13), Optimistic assessments of the progress of their war negotiationsindicating that there may be positive results within a few days, according to a Reuters report.
Ukraine has said it is ready to negotiate but will not accept surrender or any ultimatum.
A Kremlin spokesman said last week that Russia Ready to stop military operations if Kyiv fulfills the list of conditions. Among the demands are that Ukraine recognize Crimea as Russian territory and the breakaway republics of Donetsk and Lugansk as independent states.
The The third round of negotiations The official event took place on Monday of last week, the seventh. After the meeting, Podolyak, a representative of the Ukrainian delegation, said that there was a slight and positive improvement in the organization of humanitarian corridors – which, however, was not achieved during the week.
Russian spokesman Vladimir Medinsky said it was “still too early” to talk about positive progress and that there was no illusion that the next round would achieve a “final result”.
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