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 Russian aggression reached new point but it has not stopped, - Foreign Minister Klimkin

Russian aggression against Ukraine reached new point but it did not stop: Crimea is still occupied; there are hostilities in the Donbas.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin stated speaking at the UN Security Council meeting, Censor.NET reports citing Gordon.

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"At the moment Minsk agreements still look like a puzzle which is to be assembled. It is possible to achieve peace only when you desire peace. We desire peace - this is our chance of survival. Does Russia desire peace? This question is still open," he said.

Klimkin said that the Russian Federation has demonstrated its manner to fulfill the Minsk agreements by capturing Debaltseve immediately after their signing in Minsk. "Debaltseve was only a warm-up, Russia has shown us the way it would observe the Minsk agreements," Klimkin said.

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The minister stressed that "the only chance not to slide into full-scale war is the fulfillment of Minsk agreements."

 
 
 
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