Photo: Getty Images In the Kremlin told his version of the tripartite telephone conversation
Previously held tripartite telephone conversation said the German government. The sides again said to each other their vision of the situation in the Donbas.
During telephone talks on the 21st of may the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel and President of France Emmanuel macron discussed the situation in Ukraine and the exit from the crisis, according to the Kremlin website.
The leaders of three countries agreed of the need to adhere to the Minsk agreements and enshrined them in the complex of measures on peaceful settlement of the situation in the Donbass, reported in the Kremlin.
Putin said that Russia has priority special status of Donbas, and the separatists need to guarantee Amnesty. In addition, the leader of Russia considers it necessary to establish a direct dialogue between Kiev and “LDNR”.
The leaders of Russia, Germany and France also discussed the language law, which defines Ukrainian as the state language. In the Kremlin the law on the Ukrainian language, called violates the Constitution of Ukraine and discriminatory, and expressed surprise at the refusal of some countries to discuss the UN security Council.
In addition, the talks raised the topic of the Syrian crisis and cooperation with Iran in the spheres of trade and economy.
Informed about the telephone conversation reported in the statement of the representative of the government of Germany Steffen Seibert.
“They (Merkel and macron – ed.) reiterated his criticism against the Russian decrees, simplifying the granting of Russian citizenship to citizens of Ukraine”, – stated in it.
Recall that Putin and Merkel met in Sochi, where they discussed Ukraine and the fate of Northern flow-2.
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