The Ukrainian side in the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) on the settlement of the situation in Donbas is ready to work continuously for the earliest possible agreement on a common action plan for the occupied territories.
A regular TCG meeting of the heads of delegations took place in the video conference mode on November 11, the Ukrainian delegation to the TCG said on Facebook.
The head of the Ukrainian delegation, Leonid Kravchuk, said that during the political subgroup's negotiations, "the basis of the discussion was a plan of joint steps by the TCG participants to implement the Minsk agreements."
"The Ukrainian side supported the initiative of the OSCE representatives to hold an extraordinary meeting of the political subgroup and pledged its readiness to work 24/7 for the earliest possible agreement on a single document formulated by all participants," the message says.
"The main rationale is that there are only two TCG meetings left until the end of this year," the delegation noted.
Ukrainian Action Plan for Donbas
- The Action Plan for Donbas was announced by the Office of the President after one of the TCG meetings. The Office of the President of Ukraine said then that the plan had to be developed based on the proposals of the participants in the latest Normandy summit.
- On November 5, the Ukrainian delegation to the Trilateral Contact Group on Donbas announced five key points of the new action plan for the occupied territories.
- On November 10, the Ukrainian delegation to the TCG said that the Action Plan for Donbas proposed by the Ukrainian side was "taken as a basis" by the members of the subgroup on political issues.