Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba and OSCE Secretary General Thomas Greminger agreed to make a joint visit to Donbas after the epidemiological situation is improved, the press service of Ukraine’s MFA informs.
"The Minister noted that Russian aggression against Ukraine and the ongoing occupation of Crimea should remain at the center of the OSCE agenda as the greatest threats to European security. Minister Kuleba praised the activities of the SMM and assured its continued support on the part of the Ukrainian government," the message reads.
Kuleba and Greminger also discussed the problematic aspects of the activity of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine.
As we reported earlier, the next meeting in Normandy format is expected to take place on Thursday, April 30.
"The video conference would take place this Thursday, on April 30. There will be all four foreign ministers. I thank them for agreeing to take part in the event. There is a long-standing need for a ministerial conversation in Normandy format, as we see that the decision of the Normandy Paris Summit is being stalled and we need to give impetus to its implementation in order to open the way for the next summit in Berlin where we will have to reach new agreements and follow a path to the end of the war, to de-occupation of Ukrainian territories and, finally, to the end of the Russian aggression," Ukraine's Foreign Minister said.