Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced a summit of countries ready to discuss security guarantees for Kiev. The event would be part of the negotiations to end Russia’s military campaign in Ukraine.
“Such a meeting will certainly happen because it was confirmed by the representatives of future guarantors,” Zelensky told Turkish Haberturk TV on Tuesday.
Zelensky named the US, Britain, Turkey, Poland, Germany, France, and Israel as countries that are “ready to meet and discuss a list of security guarantees” for Ukraine.
He added that “communication with the Russian side” will take place after prospective foreign guarantors form a consolidated position on the issue.