the Deputies of Russia and Ukraine, together with colleagues from Germany and France will try to combine efforts to Minsk agreement was implemented. This was stated by the speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin at a meeting with the head of the Ukrainian party “Oppositional platform For life” Viktor Medvedchuk.
the Idea of connecting the parliaments of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France to dialogue in the “Normandy format” Viktor Medvedchuk discussed with Vladimir Putin in St. Petersburg. The President of Russia approved it — and now the first meeting. Chairman of the state Duma stressed that the joint efforts of deputies is very important.
“We need to do everything in order through the parliamentary dimension, we have come to better understand each other, together with our colleagues from France, Germany, because really most of the questions connected with the settlement of the situation in Ukraine”, — said Vyacheslav Volodin.
the Agenda of future negotiations full form today. The priority is the implementation of the Minsk agreements and other issues of concern to Ukrainian citizens. The format of the Quartet’s first meeting will be held, most likely in Germany.
the Association “inter-parliamentary dialogue for peace” was created in the Verkhovna Rada a month ago. Chairman of the state Duma stressed the importance of resumption of conversation between parliamentarians of the two countries.
“Our dialogue will be based on the principle of non-interference in the Affairs of sovereign States on the principles of openness, friendship and lack of double standards”, — said Vyacheslav Volodin.
the Result of the parties were satisfied. Now the role of the Parliament of Ukraine in the implementation of the Minsk agreements is big — from the members of Parliament responsible for making laws that underlie the political part of Minsk agreements. This Amnesty law and the law on the special status of Donbas and the law on elections. And assistance in the development of these documents can provide parliaments RoSMAI, France and Germany.