He explained that the message took three forms. The first is a written message, the second a verbal message, and the third an understanding between the two parties after having a conversation or dialogue (tete-a-tete).
He stressed that the message meant that the Indonesian side had understood Ukraine’s current position, which was then conveyed to Putin.
Meanwhile, the response from the Russian side through Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov as reported by state-run news agency TASS confirmed that there was a message that Jokowi had brought from Zelensky for Putin but it was not in a written form.
“It’s not a written message. That’s all I can tell you,” Peskov told TASS. (rr)