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Former Ukrainian President believes Normandy Four to fail agreeing the road map
09:55, 29 October 2016

Former Ukrainian President believes Normandy Four to fail agreeing the road map

Three different roadmaps on Donbas to be created, - Kuchma

09:55, 29 October 2016

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Ukrainian representative in the trilateral contact group and ex-president Leonid Kuchma doubts that heads of Foreign Ministries from the Normandy Four countries manage to find compromise in developing the roadmap of implementation Minsk agreements. He announced that to the journalists on Friday, reports Ukrainska Pravda.

"When there is no agreement on the highest level, then the highest level gives an order to the level below. Thus the Heads of the states ordered the Foreign Ministers to develop the "roadmap". And what’s next? I believe there will be three roadmaps: Russian, Ukrainian and French-German," said Kuchma.

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He added that Ukrainian Foreign Ministry shall "create a good roadmap, I do not doubt it."

"But the Ukrainian side has their own proposition, Russia has their own. And I doubt very much that it is possible to agree on the level of the ministers."

Kuchma also stressed that he shares up the stand of the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.

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Previously Ukrainian Foreign Moinister Pavlo Klimkin announced taht another meeting of ministers for Foreign Affairs of the Normandy Four (Ukraine, France, Germany, Russia) could take place in late November.

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