Petro Poroshenko announced the “red lines” for negotiations between the presidents of Russia and the United States Of the Verkhovna Rada, Petro Poroshenko called the “red lines” for negotiations between the presidents of Russia and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden. This was reported by the press service of the political force.
According to him, one of them sounds like “nothing about Ukraine without Ukraine.” He explained that this implies a requirement for “American and European allies” to coordinate with the Ukrainian authorities and people.
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As a second line, Poroshenko called Russia's lack of veto rights over Ukraine's entry into NATO. “If Putin gets the opportunity to dictate freedom to NATO, to put forward ultimatums to NATO, then there is no point in the existence of NATO,” the ex-president emphasized.
The leader of Eurosolidarity also noted that the initiative of the Russian leadership concerning the European zone security, should be considered by the West only after the “liberation of the occupied Crimea and Donbass” and their return to Ukraine.
Poroshenko named the restoration of the Normandy format as the fourth important condition for Kiev. In his opinion, “the presence of strong allies behind their backs” in the form of Germany and France makes the Ukrainian negotiating position stronger. “No tete-a-tete, no 'get-togethers' that are harmful and dangerous for Ukraine,” the politician said.
Earlier, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that he did not expect “breakthroughs” from Biden's talks and Putin. At the same time, he expressed confidence that the American president would make it clear what Kiev's partners would do if Moscow “went to a military operation” against the Ukrainian state.