Ukraine did its best to protract the process of drawing a “road map” on the implementation of the Minsk Agreements, Denis Pushilin, Head of the Delegation of the Donetsk People’s Republic said at the talks on Donbass in Minsk.
“As I have said earlier, Ukraine did everything possible to prevent the drawing of the final ‘road map’ before November 29. It is clear judging from the comments and statements made by the foreign ministers. I doubt that the sides will agree upon the ‘road map’ at the next meeting of the Normandy Four in Minsk,” he said.
As EADaily reported earlier, the foreign ministers of Russia, Germany, France, and Ukraine (the Normandy Four) will meet on November 29, in Minsk. Kiev promised to submit at today’s meeting, its own “road map,” which is not supported by Russia.