No new peace plan on solution of Donbas conflict, - deputy head of Putin's administration

Source : 112 Ukraine

Dmitriy Kozak blames Ukraine for "trying to freeze the conflict"
19:14, 16 March 2021

Dmitry Kozak
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Russia claims that there is no new peace plan on how to solve the situation in Donbas, though President's Office previously stated there is one. Dmitriy Kozak, the deputy head of Russian presidential administration said so in an interview with Interfax news agency.

"As for the new "peace plan". There are none on the table. It's another myth. Anyway, none of the members of Minsk and Normandy formats have any idea about it", he said.

Kozak accused the Ukrainian government for trying to freeze the conflict. "All of Kyiv's actions show their intentions to draw, to freeze the conflict. It's not a coincidence that they started talking about some fancy "Donbas wall". There's also a rumor spreading, the one about Russia's will to "inject the poisoned pill of Donbas into the healthy politcal body of Ukraine". Russia has no secret plans", Kozak said. 

Related: Russia refutes existence of new plan on Donbas conflict settlement

Russia's representative in negotiations of the Normandy Fourt also blamed the Ukrainian military with adding tension to the situation in Donbas by increasing the number of attacks in the combat area.

Related: OSCE Mission to Donbas records 174 ceasefire violations

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