Volodymyr Zelensky Says, Considering Demand of Russia for Ukraine Neutrality


Volodymyr Zelensky, president of Ukraine said, his government has been carefully considering a demand of Ukrainian neutrality of Russia, which has been an important point of contention as the negotiators for both the sides are preparing for a new rounds of talks that are aimed at ending the war between the two countries.

In an interview, Volodymyr Zelensky said that, this point of the negotiations has been understandable to him and it is also being discussed that, it is being studied carefully. The United Nations has been estimating that, around 1,100 civilians have died and over 10 million people have been displaced in a devastating war that is going far longer than the leader of Russia has expected.

The new talks, that are starting in Turkey comes after the army of Russia said that, it is going to start focusing on the eastern region of Ukraine in a move for scaling back the ambitions of Russia. But Joe Biden, president of the United States has questioned that interpretation.

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Emmanuel Macron, president of France has warned that, any escalation conducted in words or in action can possibly affect his efforts in the talks with Vladimir Putin, president of Russia for agreeing on the evacuation of the people from the damaged city of Mariupol.

Kyrylo Budanov, intelligence chief of Ukraine said that, the president of Russia might be seeking to divide the country in the fashion like North Korea and South Korea for the purpose of imposing a line of separation between the occupied and unoccupied regions.