The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, has said that negotiations with Russia have not yet yielded results. In the first round of negotiations, they did not get the result they wanted.
“Fair negotiations can take place when one side does not strike the other side with jet artillery during the negotiation process. Russian forces bombed Kharkiv today. This is a war crime. Dozens of records confirm, eyewitnesses confirm, that this was not a mistake but the deliberate destruction of a people. The Russians knew where they were shooting. There will definitely be an international tribunal for this crime,” Zelensky said.
On February 28, negotiations between Russia and Ukraine began in Belarus on the Ukrainian-Belarusian border.