Ukrainian conflict: Moscow opens to Putin-Zelensky meeting
Russia: "Delegations to prepare summit in detail to produce concrete results".
The Kremlin does not exclude a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky, claiming that the face-to-face meeting must be prepared in detail in order to produce concrete results from the point of view of pacification of the armed conflict now fully underway. A request that opens to the possible dialogue at high level but that makes it clear that this cannot happen in the immediate future.
It was stated a short while ago by the Russian presidential spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, who explained to journalists: "No one rules out the possibility of a meeting between Putin and Zelensky. In theory, it is indeed possible. Moscow's position is no secret, it has been formulated and brought to the attention of Ukrainian negotiators. We are waiting to receive their clarifications".
First thing -precises the spokesman- "delegations and ministers need to do their part of the work to make sure that the presidents don’t meet just for the sake of the process and a conversation but hold a meeting to achieve results".
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