Ukrainian leader Zelensky's proposal to Putin to meet in Donbas

Ukrainian leader Zelensky’s proposal to Putin to meet in Donbas


Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelenskiy made statements about the Donbas crisis in his video message published by the Presidential Press Service.

Stating that the Normandy Quartet leading advisors, the security sub-group and the Trilateral Contact group meetings discussed the issue of re-establishing a comprehensive ceasefire in the region, the Ukrainian leader Zelenskiy stated that despite the support of all parties, Russia did not agree to make a joint statement.

“I AM READY TO OFFER TO MEET AT DONBAS”

Reminding that he constantly went to the region to follow the developments in the Donbas region, the Ukrainian leader said, “Mr. Putin, I am ready to go further and offer you to meet at any point where the war is continuing in the Donbas region of Ukraine.” Zelensky previously stated that he attempted to talk to Putin on the phone, but the Kremlin did not respond.

RUSSIAN-UKRAINE TENSION

In his speech at the Parliament on March 30, Ukrainian Chief of General Staff Ruslan Homçak stated that Russia was sending troops near the borders of Ukraine on the pretext of an exercise. The Tripartite Contact Group, which consists of Russia, Ukraine and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), has taken a comprehensive ceasefire decision on the resolution of the crisis in the Donbas region since July 27, 2020. More than 13 thousand people died in the clashes.

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