Ukraine is ready to the “Norman format” meeting of Foreign Ministers if the questions of security, prisoners release, peace-support mission will be included in the agenda, as Pavlo Klimkin, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister said it on air of Inter TV channel, Interfax Ukraine reports.
“I am going to talk with the German’s Minister within the next few days. Three of us will meet first or we will have a phone conversation, then we will see, what should we do with Russia’s situation,” he said on Friday answering the question whether the “Norman format” meeting will be held in the nearest future.
The Foreign Minister noted, that the questions of security, prisoners release and the idea of the peace-support mission in Donbas are the key aspects.
Earlier, the “Norman format” meeting within the Munich Security Conference on security was hot held. The negotiations was to be held on February 16. Pavlo Klimkin, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister explained that the German delegation could not come.
Klimkin discussed the questions of the prisoners release and the UN peace-support mission in Donbas with Sergey Lavrov, Russia’s Foreign Minister, but the negotiations did not give any results.
The Normandy Four leaders stated that they would consider possible ways of to accelerate the implementation of Minsk Agreement within next months.