Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky believes that France and Germany have somewhat weakened their positions in relation to Russia.
The president announced this at a press conference on the results of his two years in office, an UNIAN correspondent reports.
According to Zelensky, the situation in Donbas has stabilized over the past six to seven months.
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