Ukraine and Russia agree on a number of humanitarian issues

Belovezhskaya Pushcha, the second round of negotiations has been completed. Photo: Konstantin Pridybaylo, t.me/pridybaylo

Ukraine and Russia will soon create channels of communication and interaction for the organization of humanitarian corridors.

During the talks in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, Ukraine and Russia worked out solutions to a number of humanitarian issues. This was announced by the adviser to the head of Zelensky's office, Mikhail Podolyak, writes the Politika Strany Telegram channel.

Podolyak read out the official communiqué, which the parties came to. In particular, it states that:

- Ukraine and the Russian Federation reached an understanding on the joint provision of humanitarian corridors for the evacuation of citizens, the delivery of food and medicines;

- Russia and Ukraine will soon create channels of communication and interaction for the organization of humanitarian corridors;

- The Ukrainian delegation did not get the results they expected and will continue the dialogue in the third round of negotiations;

- The third round of Russian-Ukrainian negotiations is planned to be held as soon as possible.

A video statement by Mikhail Podolyak following the results of the second round of negotiations was published on his Observer YouTube channel.

Earlier, the UOJ reported that the UOC organized a project to support victims of hostilities.

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