Ukraine hopes to restart peace talks with Russia in August

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In the negotiations with Moscow, the head of the delegation, David Arakhamia, aimed to continue the negotiations after Kiev managed to strengthen its position with a series of counterattacks.

FILE PHOTO: Members of the Ukrainian delegation, David Arakhamia, head of the Servant of the People group, Mykhailo Podolyak, political adviser to President Volodymyr Zelensky, and Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Djemilev made statements to the press after their meeting with Russian negotiators in Istanbul, Turkey.  , 29 March 2022. REUTERS/Mehmet Emin Caliskan
FILE PHOTO: Members of the Ukrainian delegation, David Arakhamia, head of the Servant of the People group, Mykhailo Podolyak, political adviser to President Volodymyr Zelensky, and Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Djemilev made statements to the press after their meeting with Russian negotiators in Istanbul, Turkey. , 29 March 2022. REUTERS/Mehmet Emin Caliskan

David Arakhamia, head of the Ukrainian delegation involved in the peace talks with Russia, drew attention to the possibility of resumption of negotiations at the end of August. Kyiv once managed to strengthen its position through a series of counterattacks.

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In an interview with the station “Voice of America” As Ukrainian media repeated this Saturday, the chief negotiator announced that Kiev is not currently planning to resume negotiations, but by the end of the northern summer.

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When asked what will change by August, Arakhamia did not want to give details, but said that she believes it will change. “counter-offensive in some places” .

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To restart negotiations that had stalled since the end of March, the negotiator, Ukrainian forces managed to significantly strengthen their control over the region, or Russian troops “voluntarily” retreated to their positions prior to February 24, the day the invasion began.

Ukrainian soldiers fire a BM-21 Grad multiple launch rocket system near the city of Lysychansk in the Lugansk region, amid the Russian offensive on Ukraine on June 12, 2022.  REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
Ukrainian soldiers fire a BM-21 Grad multiple launch rocket system near the city of Lysychansk in the Lugansk region, amid the Russian offensive on Ukraine on June 12, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

When this requirement is fulfilled, it will be possible to sit at the negotiating table and conclude agreements through “diplomatic and political channels”. Issues such as the return of separatist territories in the Donbas and the Crimean peninsula.

“We are willing to consider a political agreement like the one we proposed in Istanbul,” Arakhamia said, referring to the latest round of face-to-face talks between Kyiv and Moscow, which took place on March 29.

After these talks, Russia accused the Ukrainian negotiators of interrupting the dialogue.

At the moment, the Ukrainian government is reluctant to return to the negotiating table because it thinks so. Distrust of Moscow and a current ceasefire would ensure permanent Russian control over the occupied territories during the occupation. .

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addresses Russian and Ukrainian negotiators ahead of their face-to-face meeting in Istanbul on March 29, 2022.  Murat Çetinmuhurdar/Presidential Press Office/Statement via REUTERS
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addresses Russian and Ukrainian negotiators ahead of their face-to-face meeting in Istanbul on March 29, 2022. Murat Çetinmuhurdar/Presidential Press Office/Statement via REUTERS

Ukraine has condemned Russia’s attempt to obtain data on refugee citizens in Poland.

Polish authorities would take A letter from the ministry of foreign affairs of ukraine requesting the names of all ukrainian men under 60 They were in Poland, as reported this Friday by the Ukrainian Center for Combating Disinformation, which denied that the letter came from his country.

“The enemy is trying to get personal information about Ukrainians abroad, for more information and psychological operations aimed at lowering the level of confidence in Ukraine in general Ukrainian Center Against Disinformation, which belongs to the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, said in a statement on the Telegram channel.

In the letter detected by the Polish Security Center, it was announced that information was requested about Ukrainian citizens under the age of 60. It would serve to mobilize the Ukrainian Armed Forces and persuade them to join the war against Russia.

The Center for Combating Disinformation in Ukraine has urged its citizens to verify “suspicious documents” posted on social networks, as the letter allegedly sent by Ukrainian authorities will be shared by a pro-Russian Facebook user.

(with information from EFE and Europa Press)

Source: Info Bae

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