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Austrian Foreign Minister urges Russia to return to the negotiating table with Ukraine

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Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg. archive photo

Austrian Foreign Minister Schallenberg said that Russia should restart negotiations with Ukraine.

VIENNA, 1 December – RIA Novosti. Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg believes that Russia should return to applying all OSCE principles, stop hostilities in Ukraine and return to the negotiating table with Kiev.

Earlier on Thursday, Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksiy Danilov called the negotiations between Moscow and Kiev “worthless”, calling for Russia’s destruction and stated that even before that, the Russian language must be completely removed from the region. of Ukraine. Moscow, on the other hand, has repeatedly stated that it is ready for negotiations, but noted that Kiev has banned them at the legislative level.

“We are undoubtedly facing the biggest security crisis in the history of our generation. There is no principle left from the Final Helsinki Law that Russia has not violated in recent months … Austria continues to support Ukraine with full solidarity, we will continue to support our Ukrainian friends with all our strength.” … My message to the Russian leadership is very clear: Cease fire, withdraw troops unconditionally from Ukraine and return to the negotiating table.” OSCE Ministerial Council meeting held in Lodz, Poland. The meeting was published on the OSCE’s official website. He added that violating the principles of the Helsinki Law was “dangerous and irresponsible” and that, according to him, Russia’s return to these principles was primarily dependent on Moscow’s political will.

Volodymyr Zelensky previously stated that he had received signals from Western partners that Russia wanted direct negotiations and suggested a public format. Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov noted that if desired, Washington could do a lot, including influencing Kiev in terms of greater cohesion. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia has always said that it is open to negotiations on Ukraine, and that if Kiev matures, the mediation efforts of the bidders will be in demand.

Source: Ria

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