"Being asked by the president of Finland, Vladimir Putin assessed major agreements of the "Normandy Four" talks in Paris on Oct. 2. It has been stressed that the subsequent settlement of the interior Ukrainian crisis largely depends of Kyiv's fulfillment of all provisions of the February Minsk deal," the message reads.
Putin has not said a word about pro-Russian "Luhansk People's Republic" terrorists' violation of the cease-fire, which they committed by shelling Ukrainian soldiers from an anti-tank guided missile near Troitske, wounding four.
The Ukrainian party in its turns is strictly abiding by the agreements reached in Paris. For instance, Ukrainian tanks have been already withdrawn from the demarcation line in the Luhansk region. Currently, second stage of weapons withdrawal is being prepared.