Ukraine revealed expectations from the talks between Putin and Biden

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba does not expect “breakthroughs” in the talks between the leaders of the Russian Federation Putin and the United States Biden

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba revealed expectations from the talks between the leaders of Russia Vladimir Putin and the United States, Joe Biden, saying that he does not expect “breakthroughs.” He spoke about this on the air of the ICTV channel, RIA Novosti reports.

“I think that tomorrow each side will declare its maximalist vision of the logic of further actions, and then different teams will work to further develop the situation,” – said the Foreign Minister, expressing confidence that Biden will give “very clear signals” what Kiev's partners will do if the Russian Federation “goes on a military operation against our state.”

According to Kuleba, Kiev understands that NATO is not will fight for Ukraine, but the member states of the alliance can “do a lot.” The American leader will inform the President of Ukraine about the content of his conversation with Putin and hold consultations with him.

The talks between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden will take place on Tuesday evening, December 7. They will be held in secure video communication mode. The leaders themselves will appoint a convenient time for the conversation. The presidents are expected to discuss tensions around Ukraine and NATO's advance towards Russia's borders.