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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has said the foreign ministers of the Normandy Four considered the prospects for holding a meeting at the level of leaders of four states in the near future.

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"We should determine if there is content for the summit. Today we have talked about the importance of such a meeting in the near future. We did not specify dates, but agreed to work further to define a common framework and leave two or three issues that have exclusively political significance for the decisions of heads of state," he said at a briefing after the meeting of the Normandy Four foreign ministers in Berlin.

"When we have such logic, of course we can approach the summit. There are plans to hold such a summit in the near future, but the summit should be properly prepared," Klimkin said.