Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba addresses the media subsequent to meeting at the Ukrainian-Polish boundary crossing in Korczowa, Poland, March 5, 2022 (AFP Photo)
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba addresses the media in the wake of meeting at the Ukrainian-Polish boundary crossing in Korczowa, Poland, March 5, 2022 (AFP Photo)
The Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Friday harmony exchanges with Russia were troublesome and promised not to withdraw on its requests.
“The exchange interaction is extremely challenging,” Kuleba said in a post on Facebook.
“The Ukrainian appointment has taken a solid position and doesn’t surrender its requests. We demand, as a matter of first importance, on a truce, security assurances and regional respectability of Ukraine,” he added.
He additionally said there had been “no agreement” on central issues with Russia.
“Specifically, the Ukrainian language is and will be the only one state language in Ukraine,” he said.
He was talking after President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Friday that Kyiv and Moscow seemed to have agreed on four key arranging focuses, including the language issue.
While Kuleba said this was false, he said Ukraine “is genuinely thankful” to Turkey “for their political and helpful help, as well as discretionary endeavors pointed toward finishing Russia’s conflict against Ukraine.”
Moscow has for a really long time asserted that Russian speakers in Ukraine are victimized, and has expressed this as a vital justification behind sending troops to the country.