‘We need the consent of five permanent members of the Security Council, including Russia for this. And we remind that Russia has a sign under the Budapest Memorandum when Ukraine refused from the third-largest nuclear arsenal we were guaranteed on our sovereignty and territorial integrity’, he said.
Moreover, he noted that Ukraine insists on the deployment of the peacekeepers on the whole occupied territory, including the part of Ukrainian-Russian border.
Petro Poroshenko and Donald Trump held a meeting in New York on September 21. During the meeting, they discussed the issues of bilateral cooperation between the countries and the expansion of anti-Russian sanctions. Moreover, the US supported the proposal of Ukraine regarding the introduction of UN peacekeeping mission in Donbas.