German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Sunday after a meeting with his counterparts from Ukraine, Russia and France that they would report back to leaders in their capitals and possibly agree on Monday or Tuesday how to continue talks, Censor.NET reports, citing Reuters.
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"We will, and that's what's been agreed now, first report to our heads of government and state in our capital cities and then possibly during the course of Tuesday tomorrow, agree how to continue today's discussion," Steinmeier told reporters.
"The aim remains to bring about a ceasefire in Ukraine and to prevent future victims," Steinmeier added. "It was a difficult discussion but I believe and I hope that we made progress on some points," he said, without giving details.
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The fact that the talks ended without any significant result also can be confirmed the tweet of Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin: he said that they have to meet the "five more times for five hours" to "move it from the deadlock."