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President Volodymyr Zelenskiy: urges Putin to resume peace talks after shelling in Donbas

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Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Wednesday urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to presume peace talks after four Ukrainian officers got killed by assault in the eastern Donbas border region.

The contention between Ukrainian troops and Russian-led forces has killed almost 13,000 people since 2014. A truce agreement between France and Germany ended the major battle in eastern Ukraine in 2015; however, small conflicts still occur often. One of the essential campaign pledges of Zelenskiy was to bring peace in the Donbas region.

On Wednesday, He had a conversation with President Putin over telephone over the conflict in the Donbas region, and he urged him to use his authority over the Donbas fighters and also consent to resume peace talks.

President Putin, likewise said Ukrainian forces must stop the shelling of towns in the Donbas that prompted civilian losses.

Four soldiers died in shelling in Donbas region, which recorded the highest loss of Ukrainian troops in a single day since Zelenskiy took charge of the nation. The Reuters reported.

The two nations consented to improve work on prisoners exchange; however, it is vague what numbers of Russians are poisoned in Ukraine.

Zelinsky said he intends to address French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel about planning more talks.

As per The Kremlin, Putin and Zelenskiy talked about the possibility of such a conference.

Kyiv blames Moscow for pursuing an undeclared war in eastern Ukraine, providing troops and substantial weapons to the Donbas. Russia, which denies the allegation, says Ukraine isn’t regarding duties under a truce deal expedited in Minsk in 2015.

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