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Russia will not pause hostilities amid talks with Ukraine, says Sergei Lavrov

Lavrov stated President Vladimir Putin had ordered to droop navy motion throughout the first spherical of talks between Russian and Ukrainian negotiators in late February however that Moscow’s place had modified since

File picture of Russian overseas minister Sergei Lavrov. AP

Russian overseas minister Sergei Lavrov in an interview with Russia 24, RIA Novosti and TASS reportedly stated on Monday, “I see no reason why we cannot continue the negotiations, although the Ukrainian side turns 180 degrees every time, rejecting what it itself proposed a few days ago, for example. But we are patient and persistent people “. He added that Russia doesn’t intend to pause hostilities throughout the talks with Ukraine, in keeping with the Kyiv Independent.

Lavrov stated that President Vladimir Putin had ordered to droop navy motion throughout the first spherical of talks between Russian and Ukrainian negotiators in late February however that Moscow’s place had modified since.

“After we became convinced that the Ukrainians were not planning to reciprocate, a decision was made that during the next rounds of talks, there would be no pause (in military action) so long as a final agreement is not reached,” Lavrov stated, in keeping with Reuters.

On the opposite hand, Ukraine’s overseas minister Dmytro Kuleba on Monday instructed US broadcaster NBC he’s nonetheless open to negotiating with Moscow. “If sitting down with the Russians will help me to prevent at least one massacre like in Bucha, or at least another attack like in Kramatorsk, I have to take that opportunity.”

Meanwhile, the failure to win full management of Ukraine’s skies has hampered Moscow’s capacity to supply air cowl for troops on the bottom, limiting their advances and certain exposing them to better losses.

With their offensive in lots of components of the nation thwarted, Russian forces have relied more and more on bombarding cities — a technique that has left many city areas flattened and killed hundreds of individuals.

More than 4.5 million Ukrainian refugees have now fled their nation, in keeping with the United Nations refugee company.

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