Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs: Kiev wants to arrange “Ruxit” in Donbass with NATO’s help

03.12.2019, London.

Ukraine plans to involve NATO to resolve the conflict in Donbass and thus to reduce Russia’s impact on Ukraine; TASS reports referring to the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadim Pristayko’s interview to the British TV channel Sky News on 3 December.

In the interview, the Ukrainian Foreign Minister spoke about the term “Ruxit” that he invented.

He also stressed that he looks forward to several meetings in the United Kingdom within the framework of the NATO Summit in London.

“We are not invited because we are not yet a NATO member,” Vadim Pristayko said and recalled that “we have been trying to become the part of NATO for many years.”

“And even though we are at war, we follow this policy. And I want to remind the leaders of the alliance about this,” the Ukrainian Foreign minister stressed.

The Ukrainian Foreign minister himself will not take part in the NATO summit. But he will participate in the NATO Engages event, which will be held in parallel with the meeting of the NATO leaders.

Russia, Germany, France, and Ukraine participate in the meeting in the Normandy format. All the attempts of Washington and Kiev to include the USA in these meetings failed.

Another meeting in the Normandy format will be held in Paris on December 9 to discuss the settlement of the situation in Donbas in accordance with the Minsk agreements.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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