Ukrainian foreign minister says negotiations with Russia are difficult
KYIV: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Friday peace negotiations with Russia were difficult, and denied reports that progress had been made resolving four out of six key issues.
“There is no consensus with Russia on the four points,” Kuleba said in a post on Facebook.
“The negotiation process is very difficult. The Ukrainian delegation has taken a strong position and does not relinquish its demands. We insist, first of all, on a ceasefire, security guarantees and territorial integrity of Ukraine.”
Earlier Turkish broadcaster NTV and others cited President Tayyip Erdoğan as saying progress had been made in talks.
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