According to Reuters, Moscow’s chief negotiator in the peace talks between Russia and Ukraine has made it clear that the promise to reduce military operations around Kyiv and northern Ukraine does not mean a ceasefire. For this, negotiations on a formal agreement with Kyiv have a long way to go. After talks in Turkey, Russia talked about reducing attacks around Kyiv and northern Ukraine.
Ukraine presented several proposals in Turkey on Tuesday to resolve the month-long conflict with Russia, Ukraine, which has made several attempts to resolve the conflict. For this, he has also announced to give up his desire to join NATO. Russia has also said that it will reduce military activities around Kyiv.
Ukraine’s President Zelensky said on Tuesday that signs of peace talks with Russia could be termed positive, warning about a reduction in Russian military action in some areas in a late night address. During this, he also made it clear that Ukraine will not relax its defensive efforts.
Ukraine’s ambassador to the United Nations, Sergei Kislitsya, said a new round of talks between Russia and Ukraine in Istanbul showed Moscow could be ready to move on. Though it still has a long way to go for a permanent ceasefire and de-escalation,”
In the UNSC meeting, Ukraine once again demanded an end to the war. Ukraine’s representative said, “We demand that Russia stop aggression against Ukraine.” Also, implement all the provisions of humanitarian consequences immediately and unconditionally. So that human suffering can be reduced in the troubled areas.