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G7 supports Ukraine regarding UN peacekeepers deployment in Donbas, - Klimkin

Ukraine's foreign minister attended the meeting of the organization in Toronto
08:03, 23 April 2018

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Foreign ministers of G7 member countries are standing with Ukraine in terms of the peacekeeping mission in eastern Ukraine. Pavlo Klimkin, this country's foreign minister said that at the ministerial meeting in Toronto, where Ukraine was invited for the first time in its history. The meeting featured discussions about the latest developments in Crimea and Donbas.

'Discussing the format of the peacekeeping operation, everyone agreed that first comes the basic security (strict control of the heavy weaponry use), then the control over the occupied territories, the police security and only then comes preparation for elections', Klimkin said.

'Russia's concept is unacceptable and aims for strengthening and promotion of its protectorate, which is supposed to work as a Trojan horse, destabilizing and destroying us,' he added.

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