"Poroshenko had every opportunity to steamroll the solutions that would implement this important document through radicals and extremists who tried to accuse him of parricide," the minister said.
According to him, the Ukrainian president started playing on the same field with the extremists instead, constantly accusing Russia of aggression and occupation.
"Even the words which were chosen evidenced that he wanted to pick a quarrel, and thereby, perhaps, gain some domestic political points. I do not know whether he was successful. The ratings indicate the opposite," Lavrov said.