Greece will continue to provide humanitarian aid for Donbas. This was announced by the Prime Minister of the country Alexis Tsipras during the joint briefing with the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.
Greece is concerned about the escalation of the conflict in the ATO area, he noted.
“We are very much concerned and this is I very important aspect of the problem, this is a technological disaster, humanitarian aid is needed in all these areas both on the level of humanitarian aid and on the level of providing of medical aid. Greece will continue to do what it has been doing, everything we can… Greek side has a solid position on the observance of Minsk agreements. We also believe that trilateral working groups have to be created. Also I would like to underline that Greece is directly participating in resolving this issue, because a significant number of Greek citizens work in the OSCE monitoring mission," the Greek Prime Minister said.
Earlier it was reported that Greece stands for peaceful resolving of Donbas conflict. Minsk agreements are one of the most important instruments for solving Donbas problem, according to Alexis Tsipras.