Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's roadmap in Minsk talks will not be made public before June 19. This was announced by president’s press secretary Yulia Mendel on Facebook.
According to her, there were precedents in Ukraine when our initiatives were blocked, as they were announced in advance. Making the roadmap public too early is a matter of security.
In addition, Ukraine has to agree on a roadmap with its European partners within the Normandy Format.
“Secondly, Ukraine has to agree on a roadmap with our European partners in the Normandy Format. Therefore, we would not like to announce the roadmap before June 19. However, we emphasize that Ukraine faces two major tasks today: achieving ceasefire and returning home the captured Ukrainians,” Mendel said.
As it was reported earlier that Trilateral Contact Group on Ukraine would discuss lifting the economic blockade from the separate districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions at the next session.
Trilateral Contact Group on settling the situation on the east of Ukraine should develop proposals for the establishment of an armistice in the Joint Forces operation until June 19.