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Paris announces Normandy meeting at the level of foreign ministers in the coming weeks

Source : 112 Ukraine

The leaders of Ukraine, Germany, France and the Russian Federation agreed on the need to work on the full implementation of the conclusions that were approved at the 2019 summit in Paris
13:16, 12 October 2021

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A ministerial meeting in the Normandy format (between representatives of Ukraine, Germany, France and Russia) may take place in the coming weeks as the Élysée Palace reported.

It is noted that on the eve, the trilateral negotiations took place between Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, as well as with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

Related: Zelensky, Macron, Merkel discuss preparations for Normandy Four summit

The talks were held in the format of a video conference (with the President of Ukraine) and by telephone (with the leader of the Russian Federation).

"The sides agreed to organize a meeting at the level of ministers (foreign affairs – 112.international) between France, Germany, the Russian Federation and Ukraine in the coming weeks," the message says.

Related: Zelensky expects Normandy format meeting to take place soon

The leaders also agreed on the need to work towards the full implementation of the conclusions that were approved at the 2019 summit in Paris.

Earlier, German Chancellor Angela Merkel noted the stagnation in the Normandy format and called for the resumption of meetings within its framework. 

Related: Macron, Merkel hold talks with Putin on organizing Normandy format meeting

On September 26, the elections in Bundestag took place in Germany. Ukraine’s Ambassador to Germany Andriy Melnyk has assured that the leaders of the election to the German Bundestag showed the readiness to support the current course of the foreign policy of Berlin after the elections.

 

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