A difficult autumn awaits Ukraine, because voices are growing in the world about the need for negotiations to end the war. This was stated by Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba in an interview with journalist Vadim Karpyak, writes Strana.ua in his Telegram channel.
“It will be a very difficult political season, I warn everyone,” Kuleba said.
According to him, voices are growing in different countries of the world that “negotiations are needed.”
“This does not sound from officials, but these voices are getting louder. We will do everything within the framework of international law and criminal law to ensure that these voices fade away,” Kuleba said.
According to the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, a large number of difficult international summits are ahead, at which the Ukrainian side needs “the quantitative and qualitative presence of the whole world, and not just our traditional friends from Europe and North America.”
Earlier, Kuleba said that Ukraine was ready for negotiations with Russia only through an intermediary and subject to the withdrawal of Russian troops.
Source : News.am