Russia won’t take part in the agreement on Ukraine’s security guarantees, – President of Ukraine

Ukraine is working on a security guarantees agreement which does not involve Russia’s participation.

Source: The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy

“We want a separate agreement. Today everything has come to the point that this agreement provides for a circle of partner states around Ukraine without Russia. Guarantors of security without Russia. Bucha has changed some things. Time changes things.”

He said that a draft agreement had already been developed. However, some things still need to be agreed upon

“We as Ukrainians want a lot, and they as Europeans are too skeptical. But we will find the answer somewhere in the middle. Because it is important for us that this document is ratified by the parliaments of all guarantor countries,” said the President.

Zelensky stresses that it is important that the agreement on security guarantees is not just a piece of paper, but a reality, and that it becomes the basis for state security.


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