The video conference between the Foreign Ministers of Ukraine, Germany, France, and Russia (Normandy format) would take place on Thursday, April 30. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba stated about it, as Interfax-Ukraine reported.
"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," he said.
The minister noted that one of the key goals of the forthcoming meeting was to assess what had been done since the last time the meeting had been held and until April 30.
As we reported earlier, President of Russia Vladimir Putin held the phone talk with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and discussed the situation on the settlement of Donbas conflict.