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Outlook for the Russia-Ukraine Summit

However, the timing Russia-Ukraine Summit is yet to be determined.

While Ukraine believes that the two sides have almost reached an agreement, the Russian side believes that the current round of peace talks has not made enough progress to hold a summit between the two countries.

On April 3, Ukrainian President Zelensky said that the representatives of Kiev and Moscow were close to reaching an agreement.

Referring to the proposed content of the agreements, President Zelensky confirmed that Ukraine will apply the status of neutrality, denuclearization, and non-alliance. However, at the same time Ukraine will get membership of the European Union (EU). In addition, President Zelensky emphasized that there will be a group of countries that will help ensure the security of Ukraine.

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Vladimir Medinsky, head of the Russian delegation participating in peace negotiations with Ukraine, spoke to the media. (Photo: AP)

Meanwhile, Russia’s chief negotiator Vladimir Medinsky said on the same day that the draft agreement between Moscow and Kiev is not ready to be submitted to the summit, although Ukraine has become more realistic on the issue. neutral and non-nuclear.

Medinsky also affirmed that Moscow’s position regarding the status of the Crimean peninsula and the Donbass region in eastern Ukraine remains unchanged.

Earlier, the Kremlin spokesman said, the meetings Russia-Ukraine talks It’s not easy, but Moscow is still working on it.

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