Advisers to the leaders of the Normandy Four countries - Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine - agreed that the Verkhovna Rada will consider adjusting the resolution on the announcement of local elections in terms of their holding in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Administration of Russia Dmitry Kozak told reporters about this after a meeting of political advisers, which ended on the evening of September 11 in Berlin, as Ukrainska Pravda reports.
“There are no breakthroughs. Unfortunately, I cannot boast that agreed decisions were reached on all issues ... You know that the stumbling block is Ukraine’s firm position: I mean, the number of votes in the Ukrainian parliament to move away from the Minsk agreements. In the near future, the Verkhovna Rada will consider a resolution that will correct the one adopted on July 15," Kozak said.
As we reported before, in Ukraine, 92,000 citizens changed the electoral address to vote at the local elections.