Photo: Vladimir Zelensky and Vladimir Putin (RBC-Ukraine collage)
Zelensky and Putin had a telephone conversation today
President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky and President of Russia Vladimir Putin during a telephone conversation discussed the implementation of the Minsk agreements and expressed their willingness to exchange prisoners. This was reported by the press service. The Kremlin.
It is reported that Zelensky and Putin discussed "aspects of the settlement of the intra-Ukrainian conflict," the implementation of the Minsk agreements and decisions adopted at the Norman summit on December 9 in Paris.
"In connection with the well-known statements of representatives of the Ukrainian leadership, Vladimir Putin directly posed the question – does Kiev intend to really implement the Minsk agreements," the statement said.
Also discussed was the separation of forces and mine clearance in the Donbass, as well as "expressed readiness to continue efforts aimed at the release and exchange of detained persons associated with the conflict."
It is also reported that Putin "pointed out the inadmissibility of distorting the historical truth about the events of the Second World War" and expressed condolences over the deaths of Ukrainians in road accidents in the Pskov region.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that today Zelensky and Putin had a telephone conversation. According to the President’s Office, they discussed, in particular, preparations for the Norman Four summit.
Note, the Munich Security Conference started today, at which they proposed 12 steps to achieve peace in Ukraine. Zelensky will speak at the conference tomorrow.