Russia and Ukraine have finally decided to hold peace talks.
As may at home and abroad had called for the spirit of cease fire, Russian and Ukrainian delegations have finally decided to meet for peace talks Belarus.
Delegations of both countries have begun their first talks since Vladimir Putin ordered his troops to invade Ukraine last week.
Ahead of the talks, the Ukrainian presidency had demanded an immediate Russian ceasefire and troop withdrawal.
Earlier it was stated that the two countries had prepared the venue that will host peace talks between delegations from Ukraine and Russia, as Moscow’s offensive against Ukraine went into its fifth day Following this move, Ukraine has agreed to send a delegation to meet Russian representatives in neighboring Belarus, a key Kremlin ally that has allowed Russian troops passage to attack Ukraine.
On Monday, February 28, Russian and Ukrainian delegations began their first talks since Vladimir Putin ordered his troops to invade Ukraine last week, Belarusian state news agency Belta reported.