Russian rights commissioner says need for ceasefire discussed with Ukraine, Turkey
Russia’s human rights commissioner said on Wednesday that “important words about the need for a ceasefire” had been said during a meeting with her Turkish and Ukrainian colleagues in Ankara, Russian state-owned news agency RIA reported.
Tatiana Moskalkova said that a ceasefire was necessary to stop human rights violations, and that she had also asked Turkey to stop supplying arms to Ukraine.
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