Updated 4/2/2022 at 11:14 pm
- The government in Kiev is seeing the first signs that the war in Ukraine will end soon.
- The meeting between Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky and Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin is also clear.
- Russia has always denied this.
After several weeks of negotiations between the delegates Of Russia And this Ukraine To The end of the war In the view of the government in Kiev, the first positive signals are emerging. In view of the current situation, the Ukrainian chief negotiator David Arakamiya spoke on state television on Saturday evening about the meeting between Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky and Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin. Drafts of relevant documents have already advanced that the possibility of “direct talks between the two heads of state”. However, the monarch did not provide any further information on the current status of the talks.
“Therefore, our task at this time is to create the final version of the documents and to open the questions to implement the final meeting of the Presidents,” Arasmija said. If the meeting takes place, it will take place in Turkey, Ankara or Istanbul.
Zhelensky Has spoken directly several times over the past few weeks Putin It called for an end to the war of aggression launched by Moscow on February 24. The Kremlin has so far rejected this, pointing out that Putin is demanding a solid basis for the meeting – in the sense of completed preliminary talks.
Ukrainian army: the whole of Kiev was “liberated from the enemy”
According to the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, Russian troops have completely evacuated or been evacuated from the area around the capital, Kiev. “Irbin, Pucha and Hostomal and the whole of Kiev – liberated from the enemy,” Deputy Defense Minister Anna Malzar wrote on Twitter on Saturday evening.
The British Secret Service and Zhelensky’s adviser had previously reported on the Russian retreat in northwest Kiev. Accordingly, Ukrainian troops have recaptured more than 30 villages around Kiev. A few days ago, the Russian military leadership announced that it wanted to focus its attacks on eastern and southern Ukraine. (mss / dpa)
For two days, Kiev’s mayor’s brother campaigned in Berlin on behalf of the Ukrainian government for support for his country, such as financial aid, drugs or weapons.
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