Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky on Tuesday invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to meet "at any location" in the conflict-hit eastern Ukrainian region of Donbass, Tass informs.
Ukrainian president invites Putin to meet in Donbass
STEPANAKERT, APRIL 21, ARTSAKHPRESS: In a video address, released on Tuesday, Zelensky said that advisers to Normandy Quartet leaders (Germany, Russia, Ukraine and France), as well as security subgroup of the Contact Group on Ukrainian reconciliation discussed restoring full ceasefire in Donbass on Monday and Tuesday.
"A proposal was made to meet at the line of contact to see and understand the situation in the best possible way. What am I supposed to understand? I’m visiting it every month. Mr. Putin, I’m ready to go even further and invite you to meet at any location of Ukraine’s conflict-hit Donbass," he said.
Zelensky declared his readiness to meet with Putin back in December 2020, to discuss, among other things, an exchange of detained persons.