The meeting between Russian and Ukrainian delegations in the midst of the ongoing war has ended, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s adviser, Mikhaylo Podolyak.
The two parties have returned to their respective capitals to consult with their respective leaders. Podolyak also emphasized the meeting’s goal and hinted that another round of talks could take place after the consultations.
The talks between Russian and Ukrainian delegations have ended, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s adviser, Mikhaylo Podolyak, on Monday, February 28. CNN reports that the two parties have returned to their respective capitals for consultations.
According to vivsco media, Podolyak stated that the main goal of the meeting was to discuss a ceasefire and the end of combat operations on Ukrainian territory. He went on to say that the two parties had “determined the topics on which certain decisions were mapped out.”
“Ukrainian and Russian delegations held the first round of negotiations. Their main goal was to discuss ceasefire and the end of combat actions on the territory of Ukraine. “The parties have determined the topics where certain decisions were mapped out.
In order for these decisions to be implemented as roadmap, the parties are returning for consultations to their capitals. The parties discussed holding another round of negotiations where these decisions can develop.