BREAKING: Major Development Hints the Russia-Ukraine War May Soon Come to an End

In a major development, Ukraine has agreed to meet a Russian delegation on the Ukraine-Belarusian border.

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Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said, “Of course we want peace and want to meet. We want to end the war.”

Initially, Ukraine refused to allow the country to be a location for talks on the invasion.

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“Warsaw, Bratislava, Istanbul, and Baku were offered to Russia,” Zelensky said.

“Any other cities are fine with us as long as there are no missiles flying from this country,” Zelenski said.

Negotiations will reportedly be held between Russian and Ukrainian officials on the border with Belarus.

“If there were no aggressive actions from your territory, we could talk in Minsk, your city,” Zelenskiy added.

Zelenskiy accused of the Belarusian regime of not being neutral. So this would be a bad location for Ukrainian officials.

“When you were neutral, we talked in Minsk,” Zelenskiy explained. “That’s why we’re not talking in Minsk now.”

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However, despite these initial, fiery remarks, the Ukrainian government appears to have at least partially changed its tune, with Sky News reporting that the country has agreed to negotiations on its border with the pro-Russian country.

“We agreed that the Ukrainian delegation would meet with the Russian delegation without preconditions on the Ukrainian Belarusian border, near the Pripyat river,” a translation posted online by a POLITICO journalist reads.

“Alexander Lukashenko has taken responsibility for ensuring that all planes, helicopters, and missiles stationed on Belarusian territory remain on the ground during the Ukrainian delegation’s travel, talks, and return,” it continues.

As those directly involved in the conflict look set to begin negotiations, Western nations outside of it are being threatened with a drastic escalation of violence by Russia should they decide to get involved.

Many officials in Europe and the United States have been vocally supportive of Ukraine, with Britain’s Foreign Secretary Liz Truss going so far as to say she supports British citizens travelling to Ukraine to take up arms against Russia — despite her country having previously jailed people for similar travel.

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Meanwhile, nations across the West have implemented a wide variety of sanctions against the Russian Federation, such as booting many Russian banks off of the essential “Swift” transfer system, in the hopes of deterring Putin.