Putin and Zelensky could talk in the coming days

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky could talk in the coming days with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak anticipated, quoted by the Ukrainian government news agency Ukrinform.

“Obviously the only way to end this war is with direct talks between the two presidents, and this is what we are working on in the current talks,” said Podolyak, also a member of the Ukrainian delegation at the peace talks with Russia. . He is already working on the preparation of the documents that could be signed during the meeting of the two leaders, according to the official.

The Ukrainian side said it is very hopeful that a ceasefire can be achieved in the short term, he added. The fourth round of negotiations between the Ukrainian and Russian delegations began on Monday via video link and continued until today.

On the other hand, Turkey and Poland agreed to redouble diplomatic efforts to end the Ukrainian crisis, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reported.

“We mainly discussed the developments in Ukraine and Russia, as well as our bilateral relations. As two NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) allies, we had a detailed exchange of views. In this process, we will continue our consultations and cooperation with Poland. Erdogan said at a joint press conference with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda in the Turkish capital of Ankara.

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Duda visited Turkey on Wednesday to discuss ways to defuse the conflict between Russia and Ukraine with the Turkish president. Erdogan welcomed the Polish president in Ankara as part of Turkey’s mediation efforts to secure a ceasefire in Ukraine.

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