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Ukraine expects considerable progress in solution of Donbas conflict after Normandy summit, - MFA

Source : 112 Ukraine

Vadym Prystaiko insisted that the Ukrainian side prepares for the meeting in Paris "with an open mind, ready to bring home the progress that we've been longing for so much time"
19:06, 19 November 2019

Vadym Prystayko, Ukraine’s Permanent Representative to NATO
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Kyiv hopes for tangible progress in terms of the solution of Donbas conflict after the meeting of the Normandy Four leaders in Paris. Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko said so during the press conference with his German counterpart Heiko Maas.

"We hope to make the real progress during this meeting - the progress that we've been waiting for since 2016 when the last meeting in the Normandy format took place", Prystaiko said.

He admitted that the Ukrainian delegation prepares for the meeting in Paris "with open ideas and with an open mind", "ready to accept a reasonable trad-off and bring home the progress that we've been longing for so much time".

Related: Czech Republic expects meeting in Normandy format to lead to concrete results, - Czech PM

Heiko Maas added that it's about time that Russia lives up to its commitments in terms of the solution of the Donbas conflict. He said people in Donbas needed the ceasefire modem and they deserve it because it's necessary to restore the infrastructure in the region.

Related: Zelensky wants to talk about specific dates for ending war in Donbas at Normandy Summit

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