Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Saturday that Ukraine was ready to continue negotiations with Moscow, which have stalled since the discovery of atrocities in Bucha and other areas near Kyiv. „We are ready to fight and to look in parallel to end this war through diplomacy,” Zelensky said in a joint press conference with the Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer. The Austrian official paid a solidarity visit to the capital Kyiv and to Bucha, a town which became, according to France Press, the symbol of the Russian invasion’s atrocities. The Ukrainian authorities have announced that 10 humanitarian corridors were negotiated, to evacuate civilians from the conflict regions. A state of siege was declared in the port city of Odessa, at the Black Sea, during the weekend. According to Radio Romania correspondents, regional authorities fear an attack similar to that in Kramatorsk, where at least 50 civilians were killed in a missile attack on the train station. Moscow has warned western countries, through its ambassador in Washington, Anatoly Antonov, that the further delivery of weapons to Ukraine is dangerous and provocative, as it prologues the conflict and, being directed against Russia, can lead to direct confrontation between the US and Russia.