15:24 Nov. 25, 2016
New meeting on Donbas is to be held on October 29 in Minsk
The foreign ministers of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine are to meet in Minsk next week to discuss plans for implementing a ceasefire agreement for eastern Ukraine, a spokesman for the French Foreign Ministry Alexandre Giorgini said, the Reuters agency reports.
"The meeting in Minsk will allow us to go over what has been done and what has not been done since the October meeting in Berlin," said him, adding that the meeting is due on November 29 in Minsk.
As reported previously, the latest meeting of leaders of Germany, Russia, France and Ukraine was held in Berlin on October 19-20. During the negotiations, the leaders agreed to start developing a roadmap for implementation of the Minks agreements on the Donbas conflict settlement.