Zelensky issued a formal invitation to Putin: I want to talk with you face to face, Trump had better be present

2020-07-30 21:55:14 0 Comment 1120 views
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On July 8, 2019, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky issued an official invitation to President Putin. He hoped to have face-to-face talks with Russ

On July 8, 2019, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky issued an official invitation to President Putin. He hopes to have face-to-face talks with Russian leaders .

In the video appeal, Zelensky suggested that Putin hold a meeting with him in Minsk, the capital of Belarus. As for the topics that Ukraine intends to discuss, it is the situation in the Crimea Peninsula and the Donbass region.

Zelenski said that it is very necessary to talk with President Putin. When the two met, he would tell Putin which country owned Crimea, and he would ask Russia to recognize the fact that it sent troops into eastern Ukraine to help the separatist forces.


Zelensky issued a formal invitation to Putin: I want to talk with you face to face, Trump had better be present


But the President of Ukraine does not want to negotiate with Putin alone, nor does he agree toPicking up the "Normandy model" of Boroshenko's period, the four-nation summit of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France was held.

In Zelensky’s view, the settlement of the problems between Ukraine and Russia is inseparable from the two powers of the United States and Britain. Therefore, Zelensky proposed to hold a six-nation summit of Ukraine, Russia, the United States, Britain, France, and Germany. In addition to him and Putin, he also hopes that US President Trump, British Prime Minister Theresa May, German Chancellor Merkel, French President Macron was present.


Zelensky issued a formal invitation to Putin: I want to talk with you face to face, Trump had better be present


Not long ago, Russian President Putin stated that as long as Zelensky With the promise before the election, Moscow will prepare to improve relations with Kiev, and he is also willing to have a constructive dialogue with Zelensky.

And Putin’s press secretary, Pace In evaluating the "six-party talks" proposed by Zelensky, Cove said that he did not know why the Ukrainian president planned to invite the United States and Britain to participate in the negotiations.


Zelensky issued a formal invitation to Putin: I want to talk with you face to face, Trump had better be present

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​The Kremlin believes that the "Norman model" aimed at solving the Donbass problem"It only includes Russia, Ukraine, Germany, and France. It doesn't do anything about the United States. If the United States joins in, the "Minsk Agreement" signed and guaranteed by the four Normandy countries, how will it be implemented in the future? (July 8, 2019) author: Liu Peng)