Belarus says it lost contact with members of Ukrainian delegation to new round of Russia-Ukraine talks
2022-03-02 22:54:58Source: China News Network
China News ServiceNur-Sultan, March 2. Comprehensive news: According to Russian media sources, on the 2nd local time, according to Belarus, Belarus lost contact with members of the Ukrainian delegation who attended the second round of Russia-Ukraine negotiations. In this regard, White is currently unable to determine when the negotiations will start.
According to RIA Novosti news on the 2nd, Belarusian political scientist Yuri Voskresensky said in an interview with Russia’s “24 Hours News” program, “Since the 1st, Belarus has lost contact with members of the Ukrainian delegation. These people’s phones have been switched off.”
According to the TASS news agency, a new round of Russia-Ukraine negotiations will be held in Belarus’ Belovezh Forest on the 2nd. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba said that Ukraine is ready for a new round of talks with Russia, but does not accept the ultimatum. He said the exact timing of the new round of talks has not yet been determined.
According to the Independent News Agency of Ukraine, Arestovich, an adviser to the Ukrainian President’s Office, said that the composition of the Ukrainian-Russian delegation will not change. Meanwhile, Ukraine will continue to stand firm.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview with Al Jazeera that Russia was ready for a second round of talks with Ukraine, but Kyiv delayed the process at the behest of the United States.
On the same day, according to the press secretary of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry Graz, Belarus is ready to organize a new round of talks between Russia and Ukraine, provided that the delegations of the two sides agree to negotiate.
On February 28, the Ukrainian and Russian delegations held the first negotiation since the Russian side launched a special military operation in Gomel Oblast, Belarus. The head of the Russian delegation, Mekinsky, told the media after the talks that the representatives of the two countries discussed all the issues on the agenda and found some issues that the two sides predicted could reach a consensus. Both sides agreed to continue negotiations.
On December 8, 1991, the leaders of the three Soviet republics of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus signed the “Agreement on the Establishment of the Commonwealth of Independent States” in the Belovezh Forest, declaring that “the Soviet Union is the subject of international law and a geopolitical entity. cease to exist”. (over)