Date: 5 months ago   Category: Politics

Foreign Ministers of Germany and Ukraine have discussed peacekeepers on Donbass

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany has emphasized that it is necessary to reach the real permanent truce in Donbass.
Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Germany and Ukraine Heiko Maas and Pavel Klimkin in telephone conversation have discussed an issue of the UN peacekeeping mission on Donbass. "The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany Heiko Maas during telephone conversation has discussed a possibility of the UN peacekeeping mission with the Ukrainian colleague Pavel Klimkin today", – it is said in the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany on Twitter Also in department have noted that will continue to work on a solution to the conflict on Donbass. "We need to make real permanent truce and progress in political process", – diplomats have emphasized. Earlier it was reported that the USA continues to support the idea of the UN peacekeeping mission on Donbass. OSCE has said that will give all support of the idea of introduction of a peacekeeping mission on Donbass. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our channel



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