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No sustainable ceasefire in Donbas – Klimkin tells Ukraine Today

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said that there was no sustainable ceasefire in Donbas and the Minsk peace process is jeopardized, according to Ukraine Today.

Klimkin pledged to keep informed all his foreign friends and peers about ongoing events / Photo from UNIAN
Klimkin pledged to keep informed all his foreign friends and peers about ongoing events / Photo from UNIAN

"We did not have any sustainable ceasefire. It was a very fragile process and we still have no confidence in the process, without full access to Donbas. Taking into account everyday cases about hidden weapons, including heavy weapons and tanks, and taking into account all kind of data about movements of the forces in Donbas, we can't talk about any real ceasefire," he said in an exclusive interview on Ukraine Today's Viewpoint.

Klimkin pledged to keep informed all his foreign friends and peers about ongoing events, "because now the whole Minsk process, especially the withdrawal of weapons, is definitely jeopardized."

"And we have to talk about it in a very straight forward way," he added.

See unian.info’s video section for more of the latest news from Ukraine in video from Ukraine Today, Ukraine’s 24-hour English-language news channel.

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