Russian media reports say talks between the Russian and Ukrainian delegations expected to begin today morning.  

"It is not a postponement.  The meeting will begin in the morning. The reason is the Ukrainian delegation’s logistics," a source told TASS in an interview.

Russian presidential aide Vladimir Medinsky, who leads the Russian delegation to the talks, said earlier that an agreement had been reached with the Ukrainian side on Sunday to hold talks in Belarus’ Gomel region.

The Russian delegation has already left Minsk and is heading for the talks’ venue, which, according to a TASS source, will not be disclosed.

TASS, citing Strana publication, says the Ukrainian delegation members include head of the faction of the ruling Sluha Narodu (Servant of the People) party David Arakhamiya, MP of Ukraine from the Opposition Platform — For Life (OPFL) party Igor Abramovich, deputy defense minister and several other persons.

David Arakhamiya reportedly stated that Ukraine needs to hear and calmly weigh all proposals at the negotiations with Russia.    

Meanwhile, CNN reports that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s office said Belarus President Aleksander Lukashenko called the Ukrainian President earlier Sunday.

"The politicians have agreed that the Ukrainian delegation will meet with the Russian delegation without preconditions on the Ukrainian-Belarusian border, near the Pripyat River," his office said.

"Aleksander Lukashenko has taken responsibility for ensuring that all planes, helicopters and missiles stationed on the Belarusian territory will remain on the ground during the Ukrainian delegation's travel, meeting and return," the office continued.