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Zelensky offers Biden the format of U.S. participation in Donbas Conflict settlement

Source : 112 Ukraine

Washington has not provided yet a response on the readiness to accept Zelensky’s offer
11:06, 2 September 2021

Official website of the President of Ukraine

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has passed to his American colleague Joe Biden the offers on the format of the U.S. participation in talks on the peaceful settlement of Donbas Conflict as Zelensky stated during the briefing.

“I have offered the formats of interest and implementation of the representatives of the U.S. at the level of the president in the format of the peaceful settlement of the conflict, war in Donbas. The U.S. will think about my offer. Until the meeting, I have not said these details and did not pass these offers,” Zelensky noted.

Meanwhile, he did not specify whether he means the participation of Washington in the talks of the Normandy Four.

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In the joint statement of Ukraine and the U.S. on the strategic partnership published on the results of the meeting of Zelensky and Biden, it is stated that Washington will continue to assume forces on the involvement of Russia to the responsibility for its aggression against Ukraine, including the war in Donbas and annexation of Crimea.

Moreover, the U.S. confirmed the support of the international efforts, including the Normandy Format talks on the reaching of peace in Donbas through the diplomatic way on the basis of the international law, including the UN Charter.

meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky took place in Washington on September 1. During a visit to Washington, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky handed over to U.S. leader Joe Biden a list of 450 prisoners who are in the uncontrolled territories of Donbas, Crimea, as well as in Russia.

 

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