January 28, 2023


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Russia's attack on Ukraine.  There will be a second round of peace talks.  Kyiv gave history

Russia’s attack on Ukraine. There will be a second round of peace talks. Kyiv gave history

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The first round of peace talks was held on Monday on the Pripyat River in Belarus near the border with Ukraine.

It was reported earlier that the Ukrainian side was represented by Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov, Presidential Adviser Mikhailo Podolak and Deputy Foreign Minister Mykola Tochiki. The delegation also included deputies: the head of the ruling faction of the Servant of the People David Arashamiya, Andrei Kostin, who represented Ukraine at the talks on regulating the situation in the Donbass, and Rustam Omirov.

Russia sent Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudinka, Ambassador to Belarus Boris Gryzlov, Deputy Leonid Soki and Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin to the talks. The delegation is headed by Adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Vladimir Medinsky.

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Negotiations between Russia and Ukraine. What was discussed? What are the demands of both parties?

The glavcom.ua portal, citing sources in Ukrainian diplomacy, reported that during Monday’s talks, the Russian side demanded that Ukraine have a neutral status in the future and recognize the “people’s republics” of the Donbass within the Donetsk and Luhansk states as the east. Ukraine. Prior to the Russian invasion, separatists from the “people’s republics” controlled only about 30 percent of the population. Donetsk and Luhansk.

During the negotiations, Ukraine demanded a ceasefire from the Russian side, but the latter did not promise to do so, according to glavcom.ua.

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