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Putin’s spokesman speaks on potential date for next Normandy Summit

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to Dmitry Peskov, this issue was discussed during a recent conversation between the presidents of Russia and France Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron
08:45, 24 December 2020

Press-secretary of Russian president Vladimir Putin Dmitry Peskov
TASS

Dmitry Peskov, Press-secretary of Russian president Vladimir Putin, said that a next summit in the Normandy format could be held after reviewing the level of implementation of the Paris Agreements. Peskov stated this in a comment to RIA Novosti.

"This topic (Normandy format – 112 International.) was discussed in detail (during a conversation between the presidents of Russia and France Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron - 112 International.), but before talking about the timing, you still need to review the implementation of the agreements that were reached in Paris," said Peskov.

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In his opinion, there is nothing to brag about.

As we reported earlier, according to Vyacheslav Volodin, the Speaker of the Russian Parliament, lawmakers of Russia, France, and Germany are ready to resume the talks in the Normandy format.

"As soon as the situation with the pandemic changes, we hope to bring up these issues and discuss them (...) with our colleagues from France and Germany. If Ukraine is going to live up to commitments according to its position in the Normandy Four, the Verkhovna Rada should join in, too," stated the official.

Related: Ukraine offers to hold Normandy Format meeting until late 2020

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