Andriy Yermak, the Head of the Office of President of Ukraine held a meeting with the G7 ambassadors. He discussed the situation in Donbas with them and claimed that a new point of disengagement of forces in Hnutove was almost approved at the session of Minsk trilateral group. The press department of the Office of President of Ukraine reported that on Thursday evening.
OSCE, however, denied the latter piece of information; Heidi Grau, the Organization's representative said it was still unclear if the sides could agree on anything during the next session of the group.
Yermak insisted on President Zelensky's stance regarding Donbas conflict; it should end, and the local elections on the entire territory of Ukraine, including Donbas should take place in late October.
According to the Ukrainian official, the Normandy summit in Paris in December last year was a successful one. It resulted in the exchange of captives in late December. Yermak added that the new exchange lists are already handed over to Moscow.