Dmitry Kozak, deputy head of the Russian presidential administration, does not yet see any grounds for holding a summit of the leaders of the Normandy Four. He stated this at the end of the meeting of the advisers to the leaders of the Normandy Four in Berlin on September 11 during a briefing broadcast by RT in Russian.
"The question of holding a meeting of the leaders of the Normandy Four was not discussed in Berlin. Despite the fact that one of the negotiators states that the summit in the Normandy format is the goal, we understand that there are no grounds for holding it," Kozak said.
In his opinion, if the leaders of the Normandy Four gather to just talk, the settlement of the conflict in Donbass will be postponed indefinitely.
The deputy head of the Russian presidential administration considers it expedient to hold a "Normandy summit" only after the decisions reached during the last meeting in Paris are implemented.