Head of the President's Office Andriy Yermak said that during the talks between the advisers of the leaders of the Normandy Four countries in Berlin, it is planned to discuss the topics of the "silence regime" and the release of the detainees, as well as agree on new points of separation of the forces of the parties in the Donbas, as Interfax reports.
According to the head of the President's Office, the Ukrainian side intends to involve all participants of the Normandy format in the process of maintaining the "silence regime" in Donbas.
"Of course, we will raise a very important issue of the "silence regime", which lasted for six weeks, and we will do everything necessary to support it and not let it be disrupted. Today it is very important for us to involve all the participants in the ‘Normandy format’ in this process,” he said.
Yermak also noted that the Ukrainian delegation will raise the issue of the mutual release of the detainees and will try to ensure that at the next meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group in Minsk the process of mutual release is resumed.
In addition, in Berlin, the advisers plan to agree on new points of disengagement of the parties' forces in eastern Ukraine, demining the territory and opening new checkpoints on the contact line.
As we reported before, a meeting of advisers of the Normandy Four leaders is now set for September 11. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced this.