The second round of talks between the delegations from Ukraine and Russia about the situation in Ukraine is planned for Wednesday, Russian state media reports.
Russia’s TASS news agency on Tuesday cited a source on the Russian side saying that Wednesday, March 2, is the date that both sides had originally agreed on.
Russian state news agency RIA added that the second round of talks will happen in Belarus near the Belarus-Poland border, and cited Belarusian politician Yury Voskresensky, who they said is close to the talks. According to Voskresensky, the first members of the delegations are expected to arrive in the Belarus capital of Minsk this evening.
The first round of talks on Monday lasted for five hours and ended without a breakthrough.
Ukrainian officials have yet to confirm that Wednesday is the date for the second round of talks.