Why Ukraine warned peace negotiators not to eat in Turkey

Ukraine warn peace negotiators not to eat in Turkey

WHY UKRAINE WARNED PEACE NEGOTIATORS NOT TO EAT IN TURKEY

Why Ukraine warned peace negotiators not to eat in Turkey until meeting ends.

Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba has warned Ukrainian peace negotiators not to eat, drink or touch their surfaces during the meeting.

Ukrainian peace negotiators are currently in Turkey as they try to negotiate with Russian delegates for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to end.

Among the negotiators is former Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich who was allegedly poisoned in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv on March 3rd.

Reports say Mr. Roman Abramovich and two other Ukrainian peace negotiators who were playing key roles became sick after they were poisoned. Read more: Top Ukrainian official dismisses claims Roman Abramovich was poisoned in Kyiv

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prompt Ukraine foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba to send warning to Ukrainian peace negotiators to be extra careful in Turkey. He told the Ukrainian peace negotiators to never drink, eat or even touch their surfaces during the meeting.

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The country does not want any misfortune to happen like what happened to former Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and two other Ukrainians early March this year.

“Don’t eat or drink anything and avoid touching surfaces” he said.

Turkish President Erdogan has called for peace during the meeting as he welcomed peace delegates from Russia and Ukraine

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