Ukraine will not cross its "red lines", and no one can force it to cross them. This was stated by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba at a joint press conference with the foreign ministers of Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia in Kyiv on Tuesday, - Interfax-Ukraine reports.
"Today, literally from this press conference, I will go to the Mariinskyi Palace, where the President of Ukraine will begin a meeting with President Macron. I will hold talks with my French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian. Of course, we are all waiting with interest for the signals that Mr. Macron brought from Moscow, but I have repeatedly said, including yesterday, that we are open to dialogue, we are constructive and we are waiting for a diplomatic decision, but we will not cross our "red lines", and no one will be able to force us to cross them", - Kuleba said, commenting on the talks between French President Emmanuel Macron and Russian President Vladimir Putin held on Monday.