Ukraine claims to have received “signs” in negotiations with Russia | News

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The president of Ukraine, Volodímir Zelenski, affirmed this Monday after the negotiations held between Russia and his country in Gomel, a border area with Belarus, that he had received "some signals" regarding the possibility of ending the armed conflict.


Russia and Ukraine conclude first round of negotiations

“We received certain signals, but so far we do not have the result that we would like to have. Russia has expressed her points, we ours to end the war, ”said the Ukrainian president.

Who avoided that he would make the pertinent analyzes with his envoys upon their return to Kiev, to decide how to proceed in the face of a possible second round of negotiations; while he denounced that while the talks were taking place, hostilities continued on Ukrainian territory.

Likewise, the Ukrainian head of state expressed in a public address to the nation that “it was necessary to consider the possibility of closing the sky for Russian missiles, planes, and helicopters. (...) We must suspend the access of a country like this to all ports, canals, and airports in the world”; as well as "stop paying Russia hundreds of billions for the export of energy resources".

During the talks, which lasted more than five hours, the negotiators of both countries expressed their perspectives to end hostilities, and both parties claimed to have found points of agreement that predict a return to negotiations.

In this sense, the advisor to the Ukrainian presidential office, Mikhail Podolyak, pointed out that "the parties have outlined some priority issues on which certain advances can be glimpsed".

Meanwhile, the head of the Russian delegation and presidential adviser, Vladimir Medinski, maintained that “we found some points on which we can predict common positions, and the most important thing is that we agreed to continue with the negotiation process.

The first round of negotiations took place five days after the start of the Russian special military operation in Ukrainian territory, and the negotiators, after more than five hours of dialogue, returned to their respective countries to consult what was discussed and outline the steps for the future round of talks.

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