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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin believes that introducing an interim international administration in the occupied Donbas is the only way to prepare the area for local elections.

"I have a vision of what to do with regard to Donbas," the minister, who recently went on a "political leave" ahead of parliamentary elections in Ukraine, told Pryamyi TV Channel.

I know that an international administration is needed there to create minimum security conditions and prepare the occupied Donbas for the upcoming elections. To this end, you need a policing component, some kind of military component," declared Klimkin.

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He said that earlier, together with partners from France, Germany and the United States, many different "road maps" had been prepared to resolve the situation in Donbas.

The holding of local elections in the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk is stipulated by the Minsk agreements.