European leaders must develop a plan for elections in eastern Ukraine—and here’s how they can get Moscow and Kyiv on board.
March 8, 2016
By Mikhail Troitskiy
The foreign ministers of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine met in Paris last week to discuss implementation of the Minsk accord for Ukraine, amid growing Western concern about Moscow and Kyiv’s unwillingness to implement their sides of the agreement. Ukraine argues that Russia’s continued military presence in the eastern part of the country makes it impossible to move forward with constitutional reforms required under Minsk that would grant special political status to the east. Russia …read more
Source: Center on Global Interests