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War negotiations' meeting place known. Urgent notification of Ukrainian intelligence

The UN Security Council has decided to convene a rare special emergency session of the UN General Assembly on Russia's attack on Ukraine. It will take place today.
The press secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, Anatoly Glaz, announced that the delegations of Russia and Ukraine are expected to arrive at the place of negotiations in Belarus.

Kremlin: Russia is ready to Negotiate with Ukraine

Russia is ready to send a delegation for talks with Ukraine in Minsk. This was announced by the spokesman of Russian President Vladimir Putin - Dmitry Peskov, on Friday, BTA reports.

Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also said he was ready for talks. He called on his Russian counterpart to sit down at the negotiating table to stop the loss of human lives.

Slovenia condemns Russia’s recognition of rebel-held Ukraine regions

Ljubljana – Slovenia’s officials strongly condemned Russia’s recognition of the separatist regions of Donetsk and Luhansk in eastern Ukraine as independent entities. Prime Minister Janez Janša called for the EU to offer Ukraine the prospect of full membership. Slovenia is also ready to support the country’s membership of the EU.

All Bulgarian Political Parties, except Vazrazhdane, Condemned the Recognition of DPR and LPR

All parliamentary parties, except Vazrazhdane, condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to recognize the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics of Ukraine as independent states. A joint declaration of the National Assembly was not reached, and the parties of the ruling coalition failed to gather for such a meeting.

Turkey has Condemned Russia's Recognition of Ukraine's breakaway Regions

Turkey today condemned Russia's recognition of the independence of the two breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine and described it as a violation of international agreements and Ukraine's territorial integrity, Reuters reported.

Putin Recognizes the Donetsk and Luhansk Republics as Independent States