05 December 2022,   05:34
No peace treaties with Russia as long as its troops remain in Ukraine - David Arakhamia

There could be no peace treaties with the Russian Federation, as well as any all-Ukrainian referendums, as long as Russian troops remain in the territories of Ukraine. The head of the Ukrainian delegation Arakhamia said this in the interview with RBC-Ukraine.

“Yes, of course”, - the politician assured, when asked the relevant question.

“At the first meeting, the Russian delegation confirmed that it would move within the framework of the Vienna Convention. This is very helpful for the Ukrainian delegation, as the convention envisages that if the agreement is signed under pressure, it is considered null and void.

Since they have already officially stated that they adhere to the norms of the Vienna Convention, and international guarantors will not sit at the table without it at all, then this is our safeguard. When we reach the conditional signing of an agreement or the moment when it could be seriously discussed, they will have to leave completely. And then we will agree to sign, endorse or validate it”, - added David Arakhamia.