The Minsk agreements, which announced the end of the conflict in Donbass, did not exhaust their own potential, said Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba.
At a joint press conference with the head of the Slovak Foreign Ministry Ivan Korchok, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Kuleba said that the Minsk agreements had not reached their own potential.
“The Minsk process is now more alive than dead,” Kuleba is sure.
As if the onion of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry thinks, the negotiators should continue the dialogue.
In modern times, according to Kuleba, it is necessary to work within the Minsk process and “squeeze many opportunities out of it” in order to ensure the security of Ukraine.
On February 13, the onion of the office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak noted that six years after the signing of the Minsk agreements tangible results in the settlement of the conflict in Donbass, no. According to Yermak, the agreements were initially signed “with a goal and with the understanding that it is impossible to fulfill them.” He also formulated the confidence that the negotiations within the Normandy format (Germany, Russia, Ukraine, France) should connect United States…