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 Consultations with Russia and the OSCE on the Situation in the Donbas Will Be Held Tomorrow. The Venue Is Not Yet Known - Kuchma

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Consultations of the trilateral group - Ukraine, the Russian Federation, and the OSCE - will continue on Friday, June 27.

Yet the venue is still unknown, Leonid Kuchma, former President of Ukraine and a member of the group said, Censor.NET reports with reference to Interfax-Ukraina.

"Tomorrow we're going to continue," he told reporters in Kyiv on Thursday.

When asked where such a meeting will be held, Kuchma said, "I do not know myself."

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According to him, there was an initiative to hold this meeting in Russia, but they decided to meet in Ukraine, but the venue has not been determined yet.

"This is not a negotiating process, but consultations. Because the government can not negotiate with them (DNR and LPR representatives - Ed.)," Leonid Kuchma said.

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As it was reported earlier, on June 23, there were consultations held at the Donetsk Regional State administration. Among those who took in the consultation were Russian Ambassador to Ukraine Mikhail Zurabov, two representatives of the OSCE, ex-President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma, head of the public organization "Ukrainskyi Vybir" (Ukrainian Choice) Medvedchuk, one of the leaders of the terrorist organization DPR (Donetsk People's Republic) Aleksander Borodai, leader of the pro-Russian movement "Yugo-Vostok" (the South-East) Oleh Tsariov and the representatives of the so-called "Luhansk People's Republic".

On Thursday in Strasbourg President Petro Poroshenko announced that the representatives of the DPR and LPR expressed an intention to participate in the meeting on Friday.

"This is a very important day, because if our conditions for the peace plan are not accepted, we will make a very important decision," Poroshenko said.


 
 
 
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