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Roman Bezsmertny returns as Ukraine's representative in Minsk talks group

President Volodymyr Zelensky assigned the diplomat to act as the country's envoy in the political subgroup; he replaces Oleksandr Motsyk in this office
17:31, 9 July 2019

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Ukrainian diplomat Roman Besmertny has been authorized to act as Kyiv's representative in the political subdivision of Minsk talks group. This is mentioned in his decree No.504/2019.

Bezsmertny takes the office instead of another Ukrainian diplomat Oleksandr Motsyk.

In 2015, Bezsmertny already represented Ukraine in the political subdivision of Minsk talks group. In April 2016, he quit.

Related: Minsk talks group fails to agree on harvest ceasefire, release of captives

On June 19, Zelensky re-assigned three Ukrainian officials in the various subdivisions of the Trilateral Contact Group; Oleksandr Motsyk was one of these re-assigned people. 

President of the European Council Donald Tusk stated that Minsk Agreements should be fulfilled by both parties to the conflict, especially Russia, as Interfax-Ukraine reported.

“The EU is ready to support Minsk Agreements, which provide the non-recognition of the issuance of the Russian passports to the citizens of occupied territories…It is absolutely clear that Minsk Agreements should be fully fulfilled as never before by all sides; Russia bears special responsibility due to it”, Tusk said.

Related: Minsk talks of July 2: Will Ukrainian prisoners come home soon?

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