Deputies of the Free Democratic Party of Germany (FDP) made a proposal to send an additional UN civilian police force to eastern Ukraine.

German parliamentarians adopted a document called “Peace in Ukraine needs a new impulse”, which describes the new strategy on Donbas, reported referring to Bild.

In particular, the FDP proposes that the German Parliament develop an additional action plan concerning the Minsk agreements, with mandatory deadlines and consequences in the event of non-compliance.

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It is proposed, among other things, to deploy in Ukraine an additional contingent of civilian police under the auspices of the UN.

Deputies are also proposing to dissolve the so-called "governments" created by Donbas terrorists, and hand over the management of the region to the civil interim administration under the UN leadership.

The document consists of 12 points. In the near future it will be submitted to the Bundestag for consideration.