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Implementation of the Minsk agreements to end the conflict in Ukraine's crises has been too slow, and there is a need for measures leading to a genuine ceasefire, a Kremlin spokesman said on Saturday.
"There is an understanding that effective measures should be taken, which would lead to real ceasefire on the frontline and to ensure military hardware withdrawal," Dmitry Peskov told reporters during a regular conference call.
"Minsk accords are being implemented too slowly, serious disappointment is not concealed," he said after President Vladimir Putin met with his counterparts from France and Germany in Hamburg on the fringes of the G20 summit.
2017.07.08 / 20:16