The second round of consultation with the contact group in Donetsk on 27 June ended with new agreements. The leaders of the self-proclaimed republics promised ceasefire until 30 June and the release of four OSCE observers in the nearest future. Also, the meeting resulted into an agreement to release hostages, informs the news agency Deutsche Welle.
“From the beginning, it was clear that the party, with whom negotiation was conducted, had no negotiability since the decision-making centre is in Russia,” emphasises Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk. The expert reminds that during the …read more
Source: Razumkov Centre