Confirm meeting of foreign ministers of Russia and Ukraine in Turkey | News
The talks between the foreign ministers of Russia and Ukraine, Sergei Lavrov and Dmitry Kuleba, respectively, will meet tomorrow, Thursday, on the sidelines of the diplomatic forum in Antalya, Turkey, as confirmed separately by Moscow and Kiev.
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Russia, for its part, gives the fact that the contact will take place, the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, assured on the Sputnik radio station on Wednesday.
“They should take place tomorrow. We proceed from the fact that, since they were confirmed by the Ukrainian side, they will take place, since they were initiated by Turkey, which organizes all the events on the margins of which the contact should take place, Zakharova said.
The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry stressed that the Russian side is preparing for negotiations, "but it is not worth getting ahead" in its assessment."
For his part, Kuleba said that the preparatory work is being carried out before meeting with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov: "The preparation for the talks with my Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, tomorrow will be very important. We are currently working on the maximum efficiency of their conduct.
The meeting between Lavrov and Kuleba is scheduled for Thursday on the sidelines of the diplomatic forum in Antalya, an annual meeting prepared by the Turkish diplomacy and precisely for this reason, the presence of the local foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, is scheduled for the bilateral meeting.
The "Antalya Diplomacy Forum" is a high-level meeting of professionals dealing with diplomacy, such as political leaders, diplomats, opinion formers or academics.
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