Kremlin talks of disagreements, lack of consensus on peacekeepers in Donbas
Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said the issue of deploying the UN mission in Donbas is "far from consensus" while "disagreements in modalities" remain, according to an UNIAN correspondent in Russia.
"As for the UN mission, you know that it was the initiative of President Putin, it was shaped by the Russian side and proposed, including to the Ukrainian side. There are certain disagreements in modalities and so far the situation is far from consensus, but nevertheless this issue remains on the agenda," Peskov told journalists, answering the question from an UNIAN correspondent about the prospects for the deployment of the UN mission in Donbas.
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