Ukrainian negotiator: Putin-Zelensky meeting is possible

According to David Arashamja, the draft documents of the peace treaty between Ukraine and Russia are at an advanced stage. This makes the meeting of Presidents Vladimir Putin and Volodymyr Zelensky possible, according to the news agency Interfax Ukraine† According to the Ukrainian negotiator, the meeting “most likely” will take place in Turkey.

Russian news agency RIA Novosti On Saturday, I reported that Russia wants to continue negotiations with Ukraine in Belarus, but Ukraine does not want to. “For some reason they are not comfortable with them, or there is another reason,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in an interview on Belarusian television. He said that talks with Ukraine were not easy. “But the most important thing is that they keep working.”

Last week, delegations from the two countries met in Istanbul. After an initial positive uproar, Russia bounced back and said that nothing promising had been achieved. But yesterday, Russia suddenly announced once again that progress had been made. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at the time that talks should continue.

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