He said this during a joint briefing with his British and Polish colleagues Boris Johnson and Witold Waszczykowski on Wednesday, March 1, Censor.NET reports referring to UNIAN.
"We have talked about the political solidarity that we currently have. We have discussed the sanctions as critical instrument. However we have also been discussing other important opportunities, such as our Budapest format, to exert pressure on Russia to make it fulfill its commitments," Klimkin said.
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