Ukraine is not going to make concessions to Russia. Crimea and Donbas will not become a bargaining chip in the attempt to establish a cease-fire in the war. Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said this in an interview with Bloomberg TV.
"Instead of asking what Ukraine should do for a cease-fire, the relevant question should be addressed to Russia: what should Russia do," he said.
According to Kuleba, Ukraine remains committed to restoring full territorial integrity. It would include areas of Donbass and the Crimean peninsula that Russia seized in 2014.
"We want everything that belongs to us to remain with us," the foreign minister said.
He expressed confidence that Ukraine would eventually win the war against Russia.