Klimkin’s statements and the details of the conversation, trump and Putin. Five things you might oversleep

Five things you could have slept:

1. The Ukrainian leadership has consistently discussed the issue of introduction of martial law in the country and in case of deterioration of a situation on Donbass it will be introduced very quickly. This was stated by Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin. Read more→

2. During a telephone conversation between the presidents of Ukraine and the USA Petro Poroshenko and Donald trump in the office of the Ukrainian leader was also attended by foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin, adviser for foreign Affairs, Deputy head of the presidential administration Konstantin Eliseev. This was stated by the Minister. According to Klimkin, it is a standard presence in such conversations, and all the people in the room, listening to those phone calls. Read more→

3. The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine is thoroughly preparing for the upcoming visit of the President of Petro Poroshenko in the United States of America and his meeting with President Donald trump. This was told by foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. Read more→

4. Became known the details of the first conversation between Donald trump and Vladimir Putin. During the conversation, the US President criticized the Treaty on nuclear disarmament, calling it beneficial only to Russia. This writes Reuters, citing two sources in the presidential administration and a former us official familiar with the contents of a telephone conversation. Sources said that when, during the conversation, Putin raised the question of a possible extension of the contract from 2010, known as start-3, tramp paused and turned to his assistants with a question, like, what kind of a contract. In the end, he said to Putin that the agreement was one of the failed transactions concluded by the Obama administration. Read more→

5. In the presidential administration avoided comment on the statements of the American leader Donald trump during a conversation with Putin a week and a half ago, in which he called the contract on reduction of offensive arms “bad” deal. This statement was made by White house spokesman Sean Spicer. Read more→