07:23 Russia and Tunisia ordered the withdrawal of troops Putin invited the Ukrainian president to Moscow for talks

Russian President Putin (left) invited Uzbek President Zelensky to meet in Moscow.  (AFP)

Russian President Putin (left) invited Uzbek President Zelensky to meet in Moscow. (AFP)

2021/04/23 07:23

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]Just as people from all walks of life were worried about the escalation of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, Russia suddenly ordered the withdrawal of its troops on the 23rd, which instantly eased the tension. Russian President Putin also said that Uzbek President Volodymyr Zelenskiy is welcome to come to Moscow for talks at any time.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced on the 22nd that Russia will withdraw its army assembled on the Ukrainian border. Xiao Yigu said that the purpose of the recent moves of the Russian army was just a “snap inspection”.

After the announcement of the withdrawal, Putin responded to Zelensky’s invitation to the Donbass meeting in the conflict zone on Tuesday to the media, emphasizing that in view of each other’s worries about the relationship between the two sides, “As long as it is convenient for the Ukrainian President, we are all ready. Welcome his arrival, but he must be in Moscow.” Putin believes that if what Jozerensky wants to talk about is the situation in eastern Ukraine, he should first meet with the local leaders.

Zelensky wrote on Twitter, “The withdrawal of troops on the border of our country has eased local tensions. Ukraine will be on alert at any time, but it is also optimistic about any decision to withdraw troops in the Donbass and reduce the conflict. Ukraine seeks Peace, I also thank the international allies for their support.”

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