Was the Putin-Zelensky deal one step closer? A Polish diplomat reveals the behind-the-scenes story

Shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine, negotiators on both sides worked out a peace agreement. The warring parties agreed to hold talks until April 15, 2022. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was the mediator. Die Welt journalists obtained a copy of the 17-page document.

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According to the draft agreement, Kiev and Moscow have largely agreed on terms to end the war. However, many points remained open. They were to be negotiated privately by Vladimir Putin and Volodymyr Zelensky in a meeting that never happened. After a promising summit in Istanbul, Moscow made further demands, which Kiev did not agree to.

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