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Moscow has not yet received proposals for a summit of the presidents of Russia, the US and Ukraine from the American side, RIA reported News» press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov.
“So far, nothing has been received,”— said Peskov.
Earlier, the head of the office of the Ukrainian president, Andriy Yermak, said that the leader of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, invited his American counterpart Joe Biden to hold a trilateral meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to Zelensky, the meeting can be organized in the format of a videoconference. Yermak noted that Washington “expressed deep interest” in to this initiative.
Zelensky spoke with Biden by phone on January 2. The leaders discussed the situation in eastern Ukraine. During the talks, Biden assured his Ukrainian counterpart that the United States and its allies would take decisive action in the event of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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