Poroshenko agreed with Putin on ceasefire in the Donbas

President of Ukraine Poroshenko
President of Ukraine Poroshenko

President of Ukraine Poroshenko reached agreement on ceasefire in eastern Ukraine with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
  The presidents of Russia and Ukraine, Vladimir Putin and Poroshenko during a meeting in Minsk on August 26
The presidents of Russia and Ukraine, Vladimir Putin and Poroshenko during a meeting in Minsk on August 26
President of Ukraine Poroshenko held on Wednesday, September 3rd, telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which resulted in the agreed “on ceasefire in Donbass”. The press service of the Ukrainian state on the official website of the President. Earlier press service reported that Poroshenko agreed with Putin on “permanent ceasefire in Donbass”, but the message has been corrected.
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In particular, between Poroshenko and Putin “was reached understanding on steps that promote peace,” says the report. However, what specific steps implied message is not specified.
However, information about a telephone conversation the leaders of the two countries and appeared on the official website of the Russian president. “The Heads of State exchanged views on what needs to be done on a priority basis for early termination of the bloodshed in the south-east of the country,” – said in a statement Kremlin.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for Russia’s president, Dmitry Peskov, in an interview with the Russian news agency RIA “Novosti” said Putin Poroshenko though “really discussed the steps that would help cease-fire between rebels and the Ukrainian security forces,” but “to negotiate a cease-fire Russia can not physically, because it is not a party to the conflict. ”
However, the Kremlin statement said that “the point of view of the presidents of the two countries on possible ways out of the crisis is largely the same.”

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