21 February 2018

Poroshenko, Putin hold telephone conversation

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Leaders of Ukraine and Russia held a phone conversation on Tuesday night. informs citing 112 International.

According to Petro Poroshenko's administration, the negotiations were long-lasting, as the presidents discussed the exchange and release of hostages in Donbas and the agenda of the upcoming meeting of the Normandy Four.

The initiative of the phone call belonged to the Ukrainian side; it was timed to the third anniversary of the Minsk agreements signature.

Last time Petro Poroshenko and Vladimir Putin had a phone conversation in July 2017; however, it was a multilateral negotiation, which also included French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Ukraine's presidential administration reminded that Poroshenko and Putin have not negotiated face-to-face for more than three years.

2018.02.14 / 12:20
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