Russia on Tuesday announced it will offer its own UN resolution on Ukraine’s humanitarian situation.
Moscow’s ambassador to the United Nations on Tuesday said that Russia will submit its own draft of a resolution. Answering a reporter’s question, ambassador Vassily Nebenzia also said that Russia will end its invasion when the objectives of its special military operation are accomplished in Ukraine, including demilitarization.
However, the announcement from the Russian Ambassador came after the negotiations between Russia and Ukraine are set to continue now. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Monday announced that he talked to Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett as part of a negotiation effort. The two sides have carried three rounds of conversations till now, but have erred in ending the deadlock between them.
Meanwhile, United States (US) President Joe Biden might tour Europe to talk about the Russia-Ukraine war with allies, reported Reuters. Quoting sources, Reuters noted that Biden might meet North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) leaders in Brussels on March 23 and then reach Poland.
However, Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia will reach Kyiv on Tuesday to meet President Volodymyr Zelenskiy as representatives of European Union leaders, Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala confirmed on social media.