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Ukraine says talks with Russia are difficult, but will continue

Ukraine says talks with Russia are difficult, but will continue

Kiev, Mar 4 (Prensa Latina) Advisor to the head of the Ukrainian Presidential Office, Mikhail Podoliak, said on Friday that the stances of Russia and Ukraine at the talks are tough and the negotiations are difficult, but they will continue.
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During a briefing in the city of Lvov, the senior official, who is heading his country’s delegation to the talks, explained that Kiev is aware of Moscow’s position, but assured that Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky will not make concessions and has the support of Western partners.

The head of the parliamentary faction of the ruling People’s Servant party, David Arakhamiya, also a member of the Ukrainian mission, commented that the parties agreed to negotiate privately to “somehow reach an agreement”, Russia’s TASS news agency reported.

On Thursday, Russia and Ukraine agreed on the joint provision of humanitarian corridors to move the civilian population out of Ukrainian territory and the possibility of establishing a temporary ceasefire during the evacuation.

Both countries also agreed on the possibility of facilitating the supplies of medicines and food to the places where the heaviest fighting is taking place, according to Podoliak.

He considered that “unfortunately” the Ukrainian delegation did not get the expected results from the meeting, because it was only possible to make progress on the humanitarian issue, but it confirmed that next meeting will be held. He informed that the third round of talks will be take place very soon, also on the territory of Belarus.


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