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Non-involvement of Medvedchuk in Ukraine-Russia talks 'very bad turn of events', - MEP

According to David Coburn, more effort is needed in order to reach peace
15:10, 25 May 2019

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The non-involvement of the head of the political board of Opposition Platform - For Life party Viktor Medvedchuk in the negotiations between Kyiv and Moscow is a very bad turn of events. Member of the European Parliament for Scotland constituency David Coburn stated this on the air of 112.Ukraine TV channel.

Related: Medvedchuk cannot represent Ukraine in Donbas peace talks, - head of Zelensky administration

“I think that this is a very bad turn of events. It will not help. It would be more useful if we had a peace decision so that everybody could get peace. This is what Europe aspires to, and it satisfies the interests of everyone - the interest of Ukraine, as well as Russia's interest. I believe that more effort is needed in order to reach peace. That is in the interests of everyone,” the MEP said.

Related: Zelensky should realize that using Medvedchuk in Ukraine-Russia talks is sensible, - MEP

As we reported earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky should understand that an opportunity to use someone as experienced like Mr. Medvedchuk, the head of the political board of Opposition Platform - For Life party, in the negotiations with Russia would be a sensible thing to do. MEP Nathan Gill stated this.

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