Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergeĭ Viklov said on Wednesday that Russia is demanding the demilitarization of Ukraine and will write a concrete list of weapons that the country cannot own.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, Viklov said, “We need to identify certain types of strike weapons that will never be deployed or created in Ukraine.” According to the interview text reviewed by Reuters..
The news is 2nd round Of the talks between Russia and Ukraine on Wednesday. Russia is reportedly demanding approval of two secession areas in eastern Ukraine, and will not abandon the Crimean Peninsula, which was seized by the state in 2014.
On Tuesday, at a UN conference in Geneva, more than 100 diplomats went out to speak from Viklov, who accused Ukraine of human rights violations against Russian minorities. Reported by Al Jazeera..
Russia launched a major invasion of Ukraine last week and Wednesday Claims to have control In Kherson, the first major city in the country where Ukrainian officials are fighting.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who emerged as a war hero in the conflict, is pressing for a ceasefire and the withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine during the talks.
Zelenskyy has submitted and claimed an application to include Ukraine in the European Union Human rights violations At the International Court of Justice.