Russia Ukraine War: President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has recalled his ambassadors from Morocco and Georgia. They believe that they have not done enough work to get Russia punished.
Vladimir Zelensky recalls ambassadors from Morocco and Georgia
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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky (Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy) has recalled its ambassadors stationed in Georgia and Morocco. They believe that they have made Ukraine (Ukraine) and Russia (Russia) did not do enough work to get punished for the attack. Addressing the nation in a video message on Wednesday night, Zelensky said, “I want to say with respect that if you can’t get arms, can’t get sanctions, can’t ban Russian business, then please do something else.”
“I look forward to concrete results in the coming few days from those who work for us in Latin America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Africa,” he said. Zelensky said he was also expecting results from the military attache to Ukraine’s embassies. “The diplomatic front is one of the most important fronts in Ukraine’s victory in the fight against Russia,” he said.
Countries will talk again through video conferencing
Talks between Ukraine and Russia will be held again on Friday via video conference. This information was given by David Arakhamia, who is leading the Ukrainian delegation. On Tuesday, the two sides held talks in Istanbul, nearly two weeks after meeting via video conference and prospects for a deal were clouded. The proposal offered by the Ukrainian delegation talks of Ukraine remaining neutral, abandoning its intention to join NATO as demanded by Russia, and in return, guaranteeing security, a proposal that Russian negotiators have expressed positively. gave feedback.
The company filed an insurance claim of $3.5 billion
At the same time, the plane leasing company has filed an insurance claim of $ 3.5 billion for its planes and aircraft engines stranded in Russia after the attack on Ukraine. Aircap said it had leased 135 aircraft to Russian airlines, of which it was able to bring 22 out of Russia. In addition, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Rafael Mariano Grossi on Wednesday visited a nuclear plant in southern Ukraine and met with Ukrainian officials and provided them technical assistance.
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