Steinmeier is for gradual lifting of sanctions against Russia, if there is progress on Minsk Agreements
EU will see actual results in September, Steinmeier says
The head of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs Frank-Walter Steinmeier is not against the gradual lifting of sanctions against the Russian Federation after the significant progress in the implementation of the Minsk agreements, Focus.de reports.
"If Russia achieves the substantive progress on fulfilling the Minsk Agreements, I will not have anything against the gradual lifting of the sanctions", he said.
According to Steinmeier, it will be known no later than September 2016.
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