Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has unveiled the existence of Plan B and Plan C on Donbas, but the Minsk agreements remain a priority.
"I'm giving myself a few more months to resolve this, so that we find this diplomatic way out of the situation under the Minsk agreements," he said at a press conference on the first year of his presidency, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
"I would not like to go to either Plan B or Plan C, although they exist. But it may happen the first plan fails," he said.
"As for 'Minsk' and this track, we will fight for it to the end, because sanctions against the Russian Federation are connected with the Minsk agreements. And you know everyone wants to lift them – not only Russia, but also many European countries. I know their economies are also suffering over these sanctions. But, as I said, we will fight for them for a year," he said.
According to Zelensky, the Minsk process has slowed over the coronavirus epidemic.