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Zelensky called for a change in the Minsk agreements


President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky on the air of the 1 + 1 TV channel called for a change in the provisions of the Minsk Agreements that relate to border control.

“I’m sure that we can change some things and will change, because it is precisely the transfer of the Ukrainian state border under our control after the elections that is definitely not our position,” RIA Novosti quoted Zelensky as saying.

He noted that four years have passed since the signing of the Minsk agreements - "everything changes in our life." At the same time, Zelensky added that the current government should "fulfill the conditions that the government went in those days."

Earlier, the representative of Kiev in the political subgroup Aleksey Reznikov said that Ukraine intends to prepare a plan of changes to the Minsk agreements before the next meeting in the Norman format, scheduled for March 2020.

The Norman Summit was held in Paris on December 9th. According to its results, a communique was adopted, which concerns, inter alia, the implementation of the political provisions of Minsk. In particular, we are talking about the need to agree on the special status of certain regions of Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

Source: russiart

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