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Israel could become mediator in Ukraine-Russia talks on Donbas conflict, - Netanyahu

Currently, there have been no serious peace talks between these two countries, so there are no suitable conditions for Israel to join in, Israeli Premier explained
12:23, 21 August 2019

Netanyahu, Zelensky, August 2019
Times of Israel

Israel could act as a mediator in the negotiations between Ukraine and Russia. Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu said this during his meeting with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. The Times of Israel quoted him as saying.

Israel is in good relations with both Ukraine and Russia, so it could be helpful in terms of finding a solution to the ongoing conflict, the outlet wrote.

"Currently, however, conditions are not ripe for concrete discussions about Israeli involvement as Russia and Ukraine are currently not engaged in serious peace talks", reads the story.

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Previously, Chief of the Presidential Office Andriy Bohdan said that it was necessary to find a compromise in terms of negotiations on Donbas conflict; however, he said, the state will not trade people or the territories.

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