The Kremlin called the withdrawal of troops from Kiev a gesture of goodwill

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The Kremlin called the withdrawal of troops from Kiev a gesture of goodwill
The Kremlin called the withdrawal of troops from Kiev a gesture of goodwill
6 April, 13:02In the worldPhoto: Александр Щербак / ТАСС
Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov called the withdrawal of Russian armed forces from the Kiev region "a gesture of goodwill."

According to RIA Novosti with reference to Peskov's public statement in foreign media, the decision to withdraw Russian forces from the Kiev region is "a gesture of goodwill to create conditions for negotiations during which serious decisions are possible."

According to the Kremlin spokesman, in the course of future negotiations, Moscow intends to put an end to the military operation.

Peskov clarified that the Kremlin is interested in persuading Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to agree to accept the conditions put forward by Moscow.

Earlier it was reported that negotiations between the parties to the conflict began almost immediately after the start of the military special operation of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine.

Several rounds of diplomatic discussions have already taken place since February 28, both online and in person.

Representatives of the international community demand an early cessation of hostilities in order to save lives and prevent civilian deaths.

At the end of March, the Russian army reduced its offensive in the Kiev and Chernigov directions.

However, the parties to the conflict have so far failed to reach agreements on a ceasefire.

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