According to an official statement, during a telephone conversation, Kuleba assured that Kiev’s priority is to put an end to the war and is open to a solution acceptable to all.
He indicated that although the current talks are not progressing smoothly, the Ukrainian side remains calm and ready to maintain the dialogue.
Kuleba also expressed willingness to strengthen communication with China and seek its mediation to achieve a cease-fire.
For his part, Wang expressed Beijing’s concern about the impact of the conflict on civilians, called for respecting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries and advocated a consensus between Russia and Ukraine to end the hostilities.
China, he said, thinks that the security of one country cannot be achieved at the expense of another, nor should regional security be left to the expansion of military blocs.
In this regard, Russian President Vladimir Putin told his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Monday that a solution to the armed conflict “is possible only if Russia’s legitimate security interests are unconditionally taken into account”.
On the other hand, Beijing urged to prevent the situation from getting out of control and causing a humanitarian crisis, after thanking Ukrainian authorities for their support in the evacuation of Chinese citizens.