Russia's Putin tells Germany's Scholz: Ukraine should fulfil Russian demands


Russian President Vladimir Putin told German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in a call on Friday that while Russia is open for dialogue with Ukraine, the country should fulfill all Russian demands, Reuters reported citing Russia's Interfax. Putin also reportedly told Scholz that he hopes Kyiv will adopt a more constructive position in the next rounds of talks. Scholz reportedly told Putin that he is concerned by reports of civilian casualties.  

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