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"Positive results" according to Kiev, Moscow is not satisfied

“Positive results” according to Kiev, Moscow is not satisfied

The third round of Russian-Ukrainian negotiations concluded Monday evening in Belarus, and the Ukrainians noted “some positive results” on the humanitarian corridors, while the Russians considered this session “not living up to expectations.”

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“We have achieved some positive results in terms of logistics for humanitarian corridors,” Mykhailo Podolak, Ukraine’s presidential advisor and member of the delegation present at the talks, stated on Twitter.

“Changes will be made, more effective assistance will be provided to people suffering from the aggression of the Russian Federation,” he added.

He continued that on key issues such as those related to the ceasefire, “the intensive dialogues will continue.” On these points, there are still no “results that could improve the situation,” he said.

For his part, Russian negotiator Vladimir Medinsky estimated that this third session, which took place in Belovska Bauchca, a national park on the Belarus-Poland border, was not “live up to expectations.”

“We hope that next time we will be able to achieve a greater breakthrough,” he said during a press conference broadcast on Russian radio Rossiya 24.

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