Zhelensky: We are ready to discuss a ceasefire with Moscow

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The Ukrainian leadership is ready to start talks on a ceasefire with Russia, said in a post the spokesman of V. Zelensky, as confirmed by Reuters.

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In particular, according to Sergei Nikiforov, Ukraine and Russia are discussing the place and time for the talks.

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“Ukraine was and remains ready to talk about a ceasefire and peace,” said Zelensky.

According to the message of the representative of the President Zelenski is on his Facebook account:

Sergei Nikiforov’s message states:

“I have to refute the allegations that we refused to negotiate. Ukraine was and remains ready to discuss a ceasefire and peace. This is our firm position. We agreed with the proposal of the President of the Russian Federation. At the moment, the two sides are consulting. “The place and time of the negotiation process. The sooner the negotiations start, the better the chances of resuming normal life.”

Zelensky asked the Israeli prime minister to mediate in the talks

At the same time, according to the New York Times and the media in Israel, Ukrainian President Zelensky asked Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to mediate talks with Russia.

According to Ukrainian Ambassador to Israel Yevgen Korniychuk, the request was made during a telephone conversation between the two leaders on Friday.

An Israeli official, speaking on condition of anonymity to the NYT in order to be able to express himself more freely, confirmed the request, in a news broadcast first on Israeli state television, Kan.

According to Kan, Zelensky told Bennett that “we believe that Israel is the country that could conduct such negotiations in the midst of war.”

It is noted that at the moment the Russian forces continue to pound Kiev by hitting critical infrastructure of the Ukrainian capital in their attempt to occupy the city.

Source: Capital

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