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Russia's discussion of peacekeepers for Donbas is indirect recognition of participation in war, - Bolton

The White House adviser on national security issues stressed that the current situation in the Donbas remains dangerous
20:38, 24 August 2018
Russia's discussion of the issue of peacekeepers in Donbas is an indirect acknowledgment of involvement in the war against Ukraine. This was stated by the adviser of the White House on national security issues John Bolton at a press conference in Kyiv after talks with the Ukrainian leadership, reports European Pravda.

Bolton was asked of how he could prove Russia's key role in the war in Donbas, given the constant objections from Moscow.

"The mere fact that the Russian side participates in the deployment of the UN peacekeeping forces in Donbas - perhaps this is an indirect recognition by Russia that there are problems and they are part of these problems," Bolton said.

He noted that some time ago a whole group of militants who attacked the American forces were killed in Syria. It turned out that all those killed earlier fought in Donbas.

We recall that during the speech at the Munich Conference, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that Russia has a chance to demonstrate readiness for a compromise and to agree to peacekeepers throughout the occupied Donbas.

US Special Representative for Ukraine Kurt Volker stated that the draft resolution of Russia, which provides for the deployment of peacekeepers in Donbas only along the line of the clash, is unacceptable for the United States and the United Nations, since it will not guarantee security, but will deepen the conflict.

Earlier, Poland, Germany, Sweden, Portugal, Turkey and Finland announced their readiness to send peacekeepers to Donbas.
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