"There is nothing to discuss" on the subject of peace talks with Russia, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Wednesday in an online briefing with reporters.
"Currently, there are no talks between Russia and Ukraine, because of the position of Russia and its continued aggression against our country. So there is really nothing to discuss," he told CNN.
Ukraine's objective in this war is "to liberate our territories and restore our territorial integrity and full sovereignty in the east and in the south of Ukraine. This is the end point of our negotiating position," he added.
Kuleba also played down suggestions there might be "fatigue" abroad with the conflict.
He said the website created by the Ukrainian government had reached 600 million people around the world, including 91 million in June.
"Despite the narratives about war fatigue, our communications only improve and become stronger," he said.