Zelenskyy says peace talks with Russia 'tomorrow' if its troops leave Ukraine


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Sunday that he would be open to immediate peace talks with Russia if it pulled its troops out of his country, Paralel.Az reports citing Barron's.

"Russia can start the negotiations with us tomorrow, not waiting for anything, if they pull out from our legal territories," Zelenskyy told a press conference at the end of a diplomatic summit in Switzerland.