ABOUT US  |  CONTACT US  |  RSS  |  ARCHIVE  |  2020-02-20  |  UPDATED: 1398/12/01 - 16:00:2 FA | AR | EN
Speed science: The risks of swiftly spreading coronavirus research             Iran, Russia, Turkey working to agree on date for Syria summit: Turkish source             Khalilzad Meets Karzai, Discusses íCurrent Situationí             Abdullah Asks EUís íClarificationí on Election Stance             Airbus Defence and Space to cut over 2,300 jobs             Protest against legalization of abortion in Colombia             Trump to name US envoy to Germany acting director of national intelligence: Sources            Germany: Shootings at two bars leave eight dead             Afghan election results fuel tensions in the country             UN envoy urges Turkey, Russia to de-escalate situation in Syriaís Idlib             Trump offered Assange pardon to cover up Russia alleged hacking             Nicola Sturgeon says new immigration policy is íoffensive and disastrousí             India approves plan to buy US naval helicopters             Iran confirms first cases of coronavirus for two old men             Hekmatyar Rejects Results: Ghani Chose íPath of Crisisí            

DATE PUBLISHED: 2014/8/29 - 10:46:51
VISIT: 946
SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS

Putin calls on Kiev to talk with protesters instead of fighting
Putin calls on Kiev to talk with protesters instead of fighting

Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged Kiev to hold "substantial" talks with protesters in eastern Ukraine following a dramatic deterioration of the conflict in the region.

"It is necessary to make the Ukrainian authorities start substantial talks," Putin said on Friday.

"It is necessary to hold substantial, meaningful talks, to understand what rights the people of Donbass, Lugansk, [and] the entire southeast of the country will have," Putin added.

The Russian president stressed the importance of agreeing on substance, saying Ukraine's refusal to discuss the main points is a problem.

Earlier in the day, Putin called on the armed protesters to open a humanitarian corridor for surrounded Ukrainian soldiers.

"I'm calling on insurgents to open a humanitarian corridor for Ukrainian troops who were surrounded in order to avoid senseless deaths," Putin said in the statement published on the Kremlin's website.

Alexander Zakharchenko, a leader of anti-Kiev protesters in eastern Ukraine, told Rossiya 24 TV channel on Friday that he has agreed to allow the Kiev government forces trapped in the conflict zone to escape through a "humanitarian corridor."

However, Zakharchenko added that Kiev's forces should abandon their armored vehicles and ammunition before leaving.

After weeks of military operations that have seen Ukrainian government forces push deep into the last bastions of protesters, the tide appears to be turning once again in the four-month conflict.

The government in Kiev has called on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) for help.

Ukraine's mainly Russian-speaking regions in the east have witnessed deadly clashes between anti-Kiev forces and the Ukrainian army since Kiev launched military operations to silence protesters in mid-April.

LINK: https://www.ansarpress.com/english/2365






*
*

*



SEE ALSO

Speed science: The risks of swiftly spreading coronavirus research


Speed science: The risks of swiftly spreading coronavirus research


Iran, Russia, Turkey working to agree on date for Syria summit: Turkish source


Trump to name US envoy to Germany acting director of national intelligence: Sources


Germany: Shootings at two bars leave eight dead


UN envoy urges Turkey, Russia to de-escalate situation in Syriaís Idlib


Trump offered Assange pardon to cover up Russia alleged hacking


Nicola Sturgeon says new immigration policy is íoffensive and disastrousí


India approves plan to buy US naval helicopters


Iran confirms first cases of coronavirus for two old men





VIEWED
MOST DISCUSSED







POLL

Modi, Merkel Discuss Afghanistan, Radicalisation And Terrorism

SEE RESULT


LAST NEWS

Speed science: The risks of swiftly spreading coronavirus research

Speed science: The risks of swiftly spreading coronavirus research

Iran, Russia, Turkey working to agree on date for Syria summit: Turkish source

Khalilzad Meets Karzai, Discusses íCurrent Situationí

Abdullah Asks EUís íClarificationí on Election Stance

Airbus Defence and Space to cut over 2,300 jobs

Protest against legalization of abortion in Colombia

Trump to name US envoy to Germany acting director of national intelligence: Sources

Germany: Shootings at two bars leave eight dead

Afghan election results fuel tensions in the country

UN envoy urges Turkey, Russia to de-escalate situation in Syriaís Idlib

Trump offered Assange pardon to cover up Russia alleged hacking

Nicola Sturgeon says new immigration policy is íoffensive and disastrousí

India approves plan to buy US naval helicopters

Iran confirms first cases of coronavirus for two old men

Hekmatyar Rejects Results: Ghani Chose íPath of Crisisí

Election íImposedí on Afghans Serves Foreigners: Karzai

Attorney General Barr considering quitting over Trump tweets: Source

Turkeyís Erdogan threatens Ďimminentí Syria operation, sparks Russian warning

US Senator Sanders calls Saudi Arabiaís rulers Ďmurderous thugsí

2020 will be the year of Yemeni air defense systems that will change battle course: Top cmdr.

Dostum endorses Abdullahís stance regarding elections, urges supporters not remain silent

China coronavirus fatalities pass 2,000 as infection cases decline

Australian MPs have no doubt Assange held as Ďpolitical prisonerí

Zarif meeting with US senator part of Iran general diplomacy: Foreign Ministry

Pakistani Senate adopts resolution against Trumpís Palestine plot

Trump criticized for granting clemency to convicted criminals

US assassination of Soleimani breached international norms: UN rapporteur

Warren calls Bloomberg íegomaniac billionaireí after he qualifies for next debate

Mid-air plane collision kills four in Australia

There is íChanceí of Taliban Deal: Trump

Abdullah Rejects Results, Announces Formation of ĎInclusive Govtí

Ghani Elected President of Afghanistan

Indiaís top court orders equal roles for women in army

Moscow hosts 9th Valdai Middle East conference

Iranian Parliament speaker wraps up Lebanon visit

Turkey issues arrest warrants for some 700 people over ĎGulen tiesí

Strike over pension reforms brings Greece to standstill

Saudi Arabia urges Germany to lift arms export ban despite continuing war on Yemen

Jeff Bezos, worldís richest man, pledges $10 billion to tackle climate change


MEDICAL NEWS








ANSAR PRESS ©  |  ABOUT US  |  CONTACT US  |  MOBILE VERSION  |  LINKS  |  DESIGN: Negah Network Co.
All right reserved. Use this website by mentioning the source (link) is allowed. ›—ś‘ź«Ś «یš —š ی šŕŠ»šŌ«š