Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kouleba on Thursday called on Turkey to be “one of the guarantors” of a possible agreement with Russia, his envoy Mevlut Cavusoglu, who visited Lviv in western Ukraine, announced on Thursday.
“Ukraine has an offer in the Joint Security Agreement: P5 (Five Permanent Members of the Security Council, Editor’s Note), and Turkey and Germany”, said Mr. Cavusoglu assured that “the Russian Federation has not seen any objection.” It.
Requirements on the table
According to the BBC, Russian President Vladimir Putin presented his demands for a ceasefire in a conversation with Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Ibrahim Kalin, an adviser to the Turkish president, points out that Ukraine must first be a “neutral” country and therefore forget about its membership in NATO.
He says Ukraine must be subjected to a process of disarmament, the Russian language must be protected and “denotified”, which has not yet been clarified as indicated by the BBC.
Finally, this is what causes the most problems, and Volodymyr Zhelensky must accept the position of the Tombas and the Crimea. The President of Ukraine must also relinquish territories to the east of the country.
These are the demands of Vladimir Putin, who wants to stick to his guns.
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