France urges parties to Donbas conflict to live up to agreements reached during Paris summit in 2019

Source : 112 Ukraine

As the Normandy Four member countries, France and Germany remain committed to the idea of bringing peace in eastern Ukraine
10:13, 13 January 2021

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French Foreign Ministry urged the warring sides in the Donbas conflict to live up to the agreements reached during the summit in Paris in 2019. Press office of the French authority reported that on January 13.

"France, along with Germany, is continuing its efforts within the Normandy Format for the purpose of establishing a just and lasting peace in eastern Ukraine. To that end, we are working to implement the conclusions agreed to at the Normandy Format summit held in Paris on December 9, 2019, which revived the negotiating process to resolve that conflict. We call on all the parties to implement in good faith the commitments they undertook and to continue constructive discussions on the agenda agreed to at that summit", reads the commentary provided by the French Foreign Ministry.

Related: Ukraine’s MFA speaks on actual status of Normandy talks at level of foreign ministers

Earlier, we reported that Oleg Andriyenko, Private First Class of the 56th Detached Motorized Infantry brigade of Ukraine's Armed Forces deceased in Donbas combat area on Monday, January 11. 

Andriyenko deceased during the combat mission. The gunshot wound that he suffered proved lethal.

The warrior left behind his little son, wife and mother.

Related: Zelensky's aide arrives in Berlin to attend meeting of Normandy Four advisers

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