Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations, Sergei Kislitsa, announced that his country is still open to negotiations with Russia.
Speaking to Russian delegate Vassily Nebenza at the Security Council meeting, Kislitsa said, “We are still open to negotiations.” said.
He also stressed that his country would not surrender even if new areas of his territory were occupied.
“Ukraine broke off diplomatic relations with Russia and this should have been done eight years ago. We urge our partners to do the same.”
Russian Presidential Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov, Russian President Vladimir Putinin He said he was ready to send a Russian delegation to Minsk to meet with the Ukrainian delegation.
According to Peskov, the Russian delegation will include representatives of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Kremlin administration.
“Zelensky declared that he was ready to discuss Ukraine’s neutral status … Initially, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the purpose of the operation was to help the republics of Lugansk and Donetsk, to demilitarize Ukraine … and this is actually an integral part of Ukraine. part. neutral situation,” added Peskov.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his readiness to discuss his country’s commitment to neutrality in its foreign policy.
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