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No need to change Constitution to protect Ukrainian citizens, - Zelensky

The Ukranian leader said so in his phone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin
14:44, 7 August 2019

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and leader of Russia Vladimir Putin
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Ukrainians do not need changes in the Constitution to be protected; there is no necessity in changing the basic law. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said so during his phone conversation with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. The press office of the Ukrainian president reported that on August 7. 

"It was about the importance of the dialogue within the Trilateral Contact Group. Volodymyr Zelensky admitted he would protect the rights of all Ukrainians, regardless of their position, and there's no need to change the Constitution of Ukraine for that", reads the message.

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"The sides agreed on the possible meeting of leaders of the Normandy four member countries. Currently, workgroups have been working on the documents to be signed at the highest level", the message concludes.

The parties also discussed the issue of prisoners exchange.

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