Trilateral Contact Group starts videoconference with militants’ representatives, - Olifer
Sides will discuss ceasefire state maintenance in Donbas
The Trilateral Contact group started a videoconference with the participation of representatives of certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Daria Olifer, the Spokeswoman of Ukraine’s Representative in the Trilateral contact group Leonid Kuchma, wrote this on Facebook.
"We start a video conference with Luhansk and Donetsk representatives", wrote Olifer.
Earlier it was reported that the Trilateral contact group will hold an extraordinary video conference, during which they will discuss the ceasefire state maintenance in the Donbas region.
Recall, the Trilateral contact group met with the Donbas militants’ representatives in Minsk on August 26 on the settlement of the conflict in the Donbas region. They stated the need for full and permanent ceasefire in the Donbas from 1 September 2016. Since then, the number and intensity of attacks has decreased significantly, but later the Ukrainian side announced the worsening situation in the Donbas.
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