Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko said in an interview with Evropeiska Pravda, Censor.NET reports.
"It (the idea of amendments to the Constitution - Ed.) is actually obsessive (for Europeans - Ed.). And at the same time, we have made commitments in Minsk to fulfill it. Unfortunately, this is the trade-off we had to make at that time.
"In contrast to Russia, we honor our once made pledges whether we like them or not. These agreements are the result of the hard four-party talks, so it is clear that there could have been no perfect solution for us. And we are obliged to perform these half-way agreements.
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"Since we have made commitments to hold elections, amend constitution, we will not launch offensive no matter how strong our desire to return our land is - we have to fulfill them. But the question how to fulfill the Minsk agreements is still open," he said.