A fight broke out between the delegations from Russia and Ukraine at the negotiations in Ankara – World – News

At Thursday’s parliamentary session of the Black Sea countries, a fight broke out between the Russian and Ukrainian delegations. Nexta station informed about it.

During the speech of the head of the Russian delegation, representatives of Ukraine unfurled the Ukrainian flag behind her back and started chanting. Members of the Russian delegation tried to interrupt their action. One member of the Russian delegation also tried to take their flag from the Ukrainians, for which he was attacked.

A meeting of representatives of the parliaments of the economic cooperation initiative of the countries located in the Black Sea region was held in Ankara today. These are 13 countries, which are not necessarily located near the Black Sea, as many Balkan states are also members.

At the meeting, the Speaker of the Turkish Parliament, Mustafa Sentop, called for peace between Russia and Ukraine. According to him, Turkey strongly supports Ukrainian independence and sovereignty and is trying to mediate negotiations on a ceasefire. However, according to him, some Western countries wish the war to continue. He did not mention any specific state.

Source: Pravda – Správy by spravy.pravda.sk.

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