The Ukrainian authority considers an option to make the peace agreements with Russia a matter of the national referendum. Head of Presidential Administration of Ukraine Andriy Bohdan made the respective statement during his speech at The Pulse evening show.
'In his speeches, Volodymyr Zelensky himself declared that we consider making some agreements the matter of the referendum. It's not only about the politicians talking, but also about the people. We consider making the issue of reaching the peace agreements with Russia a matter of the all-nation referendum, so that the people of Ukraine would decide that, too - not just the MPs' votes and the President making the decision', Bohdan said.
The head of Zelensky's administration said it should be up to civil society to assess various agreements that concern the military conflict with Russia.
Bohdan claimed that there's a need to search for a compromise in Donbas-related matters. However, he stressed that 'there will be no trading territories or people'.