The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, indicated that there is no progress with the negotiations that should take place between Russia and Ukraine as a result of the conflict that has been unfolding between the two nations for a month.
This comment from the Kremlin comes after the meeting of the delegates of both countries in Istanbul. Although, he highlighted some "positive" points of the conversation. The spokesman also indicated, during a telephone press conference, that a long work is expected towards recovery between the affected countries.
For his part, the head of the Russian delegation, Vladimir Medinski, pointed out for the first time the possibility of a “treaty” between Moscow and Kyiv after negotiations that he described as “constructive”.
Despite what Peskov said, Vladimir Putin, himself acknowledged "progress" in the negotiations with Ukraine the day before, in a telephone conversation with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron.
Putin indicated that the Ukrainian proposals include Kyiv's renunciation of the intention of joining NATO and the commitment of the Ukrainian nation to permanent neutrality, to be a country free of nuclear weapons, and not resort to any type of weapons of mass destruction or foreign troops.
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