Kremlin says ‘no significant process’ made in peace talks

The Kremlin has said that “no significant progress” has been made so far in peace talks between Moscow and Kyiv.

Speaking to reporters on a conference call Monday, Russian spokesperson Dmitry Peskov suggested there was still a long way to go before a possible meeting between President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskyy could take place.

“In order to talk about the meeting of the two presidents, we first need to do our homework, we need to conduct and coordinate the results of the negotiations,” he said. “No significant progress has been made yet.”

He also said that there were no new discussions on a potential ceasefire as negotiations continue.