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 There Will Be no More Unilateral Ceasefire - Poroshenko

Continuation of the negotiations would be possible only in case of obligatory compliance with all the provisions of the peace plan by all the parties.

This was stated by the President during the meeting with leaders of parliamentary factions and groups. Censor.NET reports about it, citing President's press service.

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The Head of State informed the deputies on the phone conversation with Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel and President of France François Hollande in the course of which the parties had discussed the settlement of the situation in the Donbas. European leaders underlined the necessity of continuing dialogue between the Presidents of Ukraine and Russia. In this context, P. Poroshenko emphasized that the continuation of negotiations would be possible only in case of obligatory compliance with all the provisions of the peace plan by all the parties. "There will be no more unilateral ceasefire," the President stressed.

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Petro Poroshenko is willing to further fruitfully cooperate with the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. "I am willing to hold constructive and efficient cooperation in order to restore credibility of the Parliament," he said at the beginning of the meeting. The President expressed gratitude to people's deputies for the support of his proposals, including those of staffing character, to the Verkhovna Rada.

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The meeting was attended by Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Oleksandr Turchynov, head of the VO "Batkivshchyna" Serhiy Sobolev, head of the UDAR Vitaliy Kovalchuk, head of the VO "Svoboda" Oleh Tiahnybok, head of the deputy group "Economic development" Anatoliy Kinakh, head of the deputy group "Sovereign European Ukraine" Ihor Yeremeyev, people's deputies Mykola Martynenko, Ruslan Kniazevych, Yaroslav Moskalenko, Andriy Ivanchuk, Vitaliy Khomutynnik.

 
 
 
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