Russia and Ukraine diplomats to meet on Belarus border

A delegation will meet with Russian officials as Moscow’s troops draw closer to Kyi, the office of Ukraine’s president has confirmed.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s office said on the Telegram messaging app that the two sides would meet at an unspecified location on the Belarusian border and did not give a precise time for the meeting.

The declaration on Sunday came hours after Russia reported that its appointment had traveled to Belarus to anticipate talks.

Ukrainian authorities at first dismissed the move, saying any discussions should occur somewhere else than Belarus, where Russia set a huge unforeseen of troops before it attacked Ukraine beginning Thursday.

For gathering news came soon after President Vladimir Putin requested Russian atomic powers set fully on guard in light of what he called “aggressive statement” by driving NATO powers.

Meanwhile, President Vladimir Putin has reportedly commanded Russia’s nuclear forces to be on high alert Sunday.

The command implies Putin has requested Russia’s nuclear weapons arranged for expanded availability to send off, raising the danger that the pressures could bubble over into atomic fighting.

Speaking at a meeting with his top officials, Putin directed the Russian defense minister and the chief of the military’s General Staff to put the nuclear deterrent forces in a “special regime of combat duty.”

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