Peacekeepers in the Donbas, the Kremlin has called the new US proposal constructive

The Kremlin has called the new US proposal for the deployment of the mission UN peacekeepers in the Donbass a more constructive and feasible than before.

This opinion was expressed by the Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov after a meeting with the US special envoy Kurt Volker, reports “TASS”.

“The main subject of negotiations once again discussed the Russian initiative on the deployment to Eastern Ukraine of the UN mission. Americans at this time was brought much more constructive proposals. “Dubai package” the American experience, in contrast to the “Belgrade”, as a whole, looks quite realizujemy. Anyway, at first glance,” he said.

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He noted that the main advantage of the proposal is a phased deployment of the mission simultaneously with the implementation of the Minsk agreements.

“This balanced approach that we seek. We will carefully study and give you an answer. Then invite Kurt and his colleagues to a new meeting” – said Putin aide.

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Also Kurt Volker, together with Surkov discussed humanitarian issues, including a prisoner exchange, the opening of additional crossing points, mobile communications and the like. The Kremlin claimed that in these matters the views of both sides coincide.

Earlier, Moscow said, they do not expect results from the meeting the Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov and special envoy of the US state Department in Ukraine.

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