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Klimkin expects no"breakthrough" of Normandy four meeting in Munich
18:38, 17 February 2017
Klimkin expects no"breakthrough" of Normandy four meeting in Munich

"We have security issues, we will consistently put pressure on the humanitarian dimension, raise the question of the road map", said the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

18:38, 17 February 2017

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Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin does not expect a breakthrough from the Foreign Ministers meeting in Normandy format, which will take place on February 18 in Munich. He said this upon arrival in Munich, Interfax reports.

"I wouldn’t expect any breakthrough from tomorrow's meeting. We have security issues, we will consistently put pressure on the humanitarian dimension, raise the question of the road map", he said.

Related: Munich conference: US position to be clarified

According to him, the Ukrainian side has a clear logic of the sequence of steps and guarantees that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov declined to discuss at the previous meeting.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister said that he would raise two key issues - security and humanitarian sphere.

Related: Annual Security Conference kicks off in Munich

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