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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that negotiations with Ukraine could be held in Belgrade, and that Russia is ready to consider other locations, including Belgrade, besides Istanbul, where a meeting is already agreed.

This was Lavrov’s answer to Tanjug, when asked whether Belgrade would be the perfect place for talks to end the war.

“Belgrade’s status as a city and a point of view is entirely suitable for any negotiations and at all levels”, said Lavrov.

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