President of Kazakhstan tells about Trump’s proposal to move Minsk talks

Source : 112 Ukraine

Nursultan Nazarbayev suggested holding talks in Kazakhstan
08:03, 19 January 2018


US President Donald Trump suggested to move the Minsk talks on resolving the conflict in Ukraine someplace else, and discussed it with President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, according to Interfax.

“We discussed the fact that Minsk-1 has stumped, and a Minsk-2 is needed. He (Donald Trump) says: “Let’s hold it someplace else”. I say “Let’s do it,” Nazarbayev said in a press conference after the UNSC meeting in New York on Thursday.

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“Originally this all was supposed to be in Kazakhstan. I made trips to gather everyone so that the meetings are there. We agreed to work in this direction,” Nazarbayev added.

“The Minsk agreements have stumped, I think. Now the peacekeepers should be deployed in Donbas and Luhansk so that they establish a border. Their views should be agreed somehow, brought to understanding. As of today, there’s no mutual understanding,” he said.

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