President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin shared his opinion on the potential reconsideration of Minsk agreements, which are set to resolute armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine. He informed about in at the VTB-Capital forum “Russia calling!”, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
"We see that there (in Ukraine - the editorial board) questions are constantly being raised, which we consider unacceptable and counterproductive from the point of view of resolving the conflict in Donbas," Putin said.
As an example of such statements, he mentioned Kyiv's calls for a reconsideration of Minsk agreements. "Now it has been mentioned more and more frequently that Minsk agreements should be reconsidered," the Russian president said.
"And yet: the law approved by the Rada, the parliament of the country on the special status of Donbas should be replaced by another one. President Zelensky said that it probably could be done, but he did not know by which one," Putin added.
As we reported earlier, Kremlin does not rule out that personal meeting between President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky may take place in France, Kommersant informed, citing its own source.
“Their (between President of Russian Federation and Ukraine – ed.) bilateral negotiations are not planned to take place in France, which hosts the summit, the sources state. But, according to them, you cannot rule out such an opportunity,” the message informs.