Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko confirmed the talks with Vladimir Putin. Photo: EPA/UPG
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko confirmed that he spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
He said this to journalists.
“This was published in our press release. The purpose consisted mainly of two parts. The first was made exactly three years ago, at the beginning of the 15-year at the conclusion of Minsk-2. We, as the air needs peacekeepers . And then if my offer was not accepted by anyone. So today most of the countries of the UN security Council plus, those who support Ukraine, strongly affirm the need for a peacekeeping mission,” he said.
The mission was “to disarm illegal armed groups” and to “bring peace,” said Poroshenko.
“Second, we in any case can’t stop with the release of our hostages. 74 hostages returned on New year’s eve. I discussed the specific details, lists, names. Moreover, we must return the occupied territories, and Russia”, – continued the head of state.
“The names cannot now and will not name because it would mess with the return process. Do everything possible – and Mr Sushchenko, Sentsov, Kolchenko, Crimean Tatars. To this were devoted the lion’s share of the conversation. To steps held this month,” – said Poroshenko.
Negotiations between Petro Poroshenko and Vladimir Putin, reported the website ZN.UA February 13, Tuesday evening.
The next day this information was confirmed by the Kremlin.
As of Wednesday, February 14, on the website of the President of Ukraine there have been no reports of negotiations. Also were not told about them speakers up. Was no official reaction of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine.