President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced that advisers to the heads of Normandy four countries will hold talks on April 19. Zelensky said this at a briefing, following negotiations with President of France Emmanuel Macron started in Paris on Friday, as Pershiy Nezalezhnyi reported.
"I think it is important, we are approaching the regular meeting of Normandy Four. I believe that it is possible. On April 19, there will be a meeting of the Normandy Four leaders' advisors, a number of issues will be discussed. First of all, clusters will be discussed, this is what we talked about a few months ago, the German-French side will make clusters, now with the additions of Ukraine, Russia is also being considered. All four countries will prepare additions to these clusters, with which they agree, with which they do not," Zelensky said.
According to him, this will represent "a step-by-step implementation of the Minsk agreements."
As we reported earlier, Volodymyr Zelensky discussed the escalation in Donbas with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Zelensky noted that President of Russia Vladimir Putin did not join the talk of three leaders.
“I intend for four of us to join the security issue of the situation in the east of Ukraine and de-occupation of our territories. Exactly such issues are solved at the meetings when the issue is being solved by four leaders,” he said.