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Ukraine-Russia close to agreement to end war

Banalata Desk.
March 16, 2022 1:42 pm
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International Desk.

Russia says it is close to reaching a Moscow-Kiev agreement on part of a possible peace deal with Ukraine. The two warring countries have reportedly moved closer to the agreement after Kyiv agreed to negotiate neutrality. This has led to hopes of ending Europe’s largest war since World War II.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told RBC News that Ukraine’s neutrality, including security guarantees, was now being seriously discussed. “This is a matter of urgency,” he said. The matter is in a very specific structure; Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation. “

The Russian foreign minister said in February that President Vladimir Putin had talked about a possible alternative and neutrality, as well as ensuring Ukraine’s security without NATO expansion.

The euro rose 0.4 percent after Lavrov’s message of hope for an agreement to end the war in Ukraine. However, Lavrov warned that the talks were not easy. But there is “some hope of reaching an agreement.”

Ukraine has also been cautiously positive about the peace talks. “Ukraine is willing to negotiate an end to the war,” it said. But Russia will not surrender or heed the warning. “

Lavrov said the main topics of discussion were the security of the people of eastern Ukraine, the demilitarization of Ukraine and the rights of the Russian-speaking people in Ukraine.

Earlier, on February 24, the Russian military launched a military operation in Ukraine at the behest of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin ordered the operation to begin after months of tensions over Ukraine’s accession to the Western military alliance NATO.

President Putin sees NATO expansion in Eastern Europe as a security risk for Russia. He says the Russian-speaking people in Ukraine have been the victims of “nationalist and neo-Nazi” genocide since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. That is why there was no alternative to military operations in Ukraine. But Ukraine and the West say Russia’s claims of genocide are baseless.

Source: Reuters.