Estonia supports the idea to implement the UN peacekeepers mission in the occupied sections of Donbas. This was part of today’s negotiations in Kyiv, as Estonian foreign minister Sven Mikser came to Ukraine and talked with President Petro Poroshenko.
The sides discussed a wide range of issues. The Estonian official confirmed that his government supports the idea of deployment of UN peacekeeping mission in Donbas, including the non-controlled section of the Ukraine-Russia state border.
Poroshenko, in turn, thanked Mikser for his government’s support for Ukraine – in terms of humanitarian and technical assistance, as well as treating wounded Ukrainian soldiers. The Ukrainian leader expressed gratitude for Estonia’s stable position in the regard of non-recognition of occupation and annexation of Crimea, as well as in terms of keeping the EU sanctions against Russia.
Besides, the two politicians discussed the Eastern Partnership Summit, which is to take place in Brussels in November.