Ukraine and Russia agree on temporary ceasefire to evacuate civilians

Ukraine and Russia agree on temporary ceasefire to evacuate civilians

Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podoliak said on Thursday that he has reached a temporary ceasefire on humanitarian grounds in talks with Russia.

“The parties have reached a reasonable agreement on the establishment of joint humanitarian corridors with a temporary ceasefire,” he said in a statement on his Telegram channel.

In other words, a ceasefire will be possible as long as the operation is suspended, not everywhere, but only where there are humanitarian corridors,” he said.

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However, Podoliak added that the Ukrainian delegation “did not get the expected results and continued the dialogue in the third round of negotiations”.

Russian chief negotiator Vladimir Medinsky said the delegations agreed on a number of issues.

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“The positions are definitely open, separated by dots. We have achieved mutual understanding in some of them,” he said.

The second round of negotiations between Russia and Ukraine on the Russian occupation took place in Belovezhskaya Pushcha in the Brest region of Belarus, close to the Polish border.

Source: Ulti Mahora

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