: Ukraine to meet with 'Normandy' partners at NATO summit in Poland

17:15 Jul. 3, 2016

Ukraine to meet with 'Normandy' partners at NATO summit in Poland

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, June 6, 2014. (AP Photo)

President Poroshenko says heads of state will 'coordinate actions'

Ukraine together with its partners in 'Normandy format' talks will coordinate the future actions during the meeting of Ukraine-NATO Commission on the margins of the NATO summit in Warsaw.

According to President Poroshenko, the meeting will take place on July 8.

During the summit, the heads of state of Ukraine-NATO Commission will gather to discuss the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

In mid-May 2016, foreign ministers of four countries – Ukraine, France, Germany, and Russia – held the 12th meeting. Security issues topped their agenda. Consequently, the parties agreed to withdraw the military units along the contact line, and to create the demilitarized zones with defined coordinates and time. They agreed to exchange information and cancel military exercises near the contact line.

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