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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation claimed Kyiv must grant special status to Donbas
21:43, 11 November 2016
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation claimed Kyiv must grant special status to Donbas

This was reported by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs after a meeting of the Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov with the State Secretary of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs Markus Ederer

21:43, 11 November 2016

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Moscow sees no alternative to Minsk agreements, and also believes Kyiv should realize its obligations and provide special status to Donbas, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation reported after the meeting of the Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov with the State Secretary of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs Markus Ederer, Ria News informed.

“During the discussions of international problems, particular emphasis was made on the consideration of OSCE questions in the context of German presidency in the organization and preparation for the OSCE Ministerial Council in early December in Hamburg. Speaking about prospects of solving the internal Ukrainian crisis, the Russian side confirmed uncontested nature of Minsk agreements, according to which Kyiv has committed to provide a special status to Donbas, securing it in Ukrainian Constitution, adopting a law of amnesty and holding local elections,” Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation stated.

Previously, Yuriy Tandit, the adviser to the head of the SBU, announced that Russian side started showing their interest in the issue of hostage release, which was discussed in Minsk on Tuesday, November 8.

Related: Donbas conflict: 35 attacks reported over past day

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