Index - Abroad - Ukrainian President proposes three meetings to Putin and Biden

President Zelensky suggested to President Biden that a tripartite meeting be held, possibly in the form of a video conference, between Presidents Biden, Putin and Zelensky. Said Andriy Jermak, head of the Ukrainian presidential office, at an event at the Atlantic Council’s American think tank in Washington.

We are still waiting for a response from the Russian side, but our American partners have accepted our proposal with some degree of interest. I believe that this is an initiative that also lists Ukraine as a negotiating party. When it comes to discussing the European security architecture, Ukraine must also be involved

The consultant said.

The Ukrainian head of state called for a quadripartite meeting with Moscow, Paris and Berlin on Tuesday to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine. A series of high-level talks and exchanges took place this week, with Russian and Western European and US officials discussing a solution to the conflict in Ukraine.

The Americans, Europeans and Ukrainians have accused Russia of deploying nearly a hundred thousand troops along the common border for a possible invasion of the neighboring country. Moscow refutes this intention, stressing that it is a matter of team reinforcement on its own territory. According to the Russian leadership, as expressed by President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, NATO’s behavior near the Russian border is a threat.

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