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Ukraine in favor of continuing talks with Russia in Turkey format

Ukraine in favor of continuing talks with Russia in Turkey format

Kiev, Mar 10 (Prensa Latina) The Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dmitri Kuleba, considered that negotiations with Russia can continue in the format applied today in the Turkish city of Antalya.
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After talks with his counterparts of Russia Sergey Lavrov and Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu for an hour and a half, the Kiev representative assured that his country is ready to continue the negotiations in this way “if the Russian side is ready for serious and substantive talks”.

He noted that “when the Russian side is ready, I will also be ready to continue. We will do everything possible for peace.”

Kuleba assured that he arrived in Antalya to negotiate two tasks: the organization of a humanitarian corridor from and to the Ukrainian city of Mariupol and to establish a 24-hour truce to solve the needs of the population.

During the meeting, the foreign ministers discussed the possibility of talks between the presidents of the two countries, Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Zelensky.

Lavrov informed that the Russian president is not against meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart, but clarified that preparatory work is necessary for this purpose.

The Russian foreign minister stressed that Ukraine said during the last negotiations between delegations of the two countries in Belarus that it would soon give a concrete answer to the Kremlin’s specific proposals.

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