Normandy Quartet’s foreign ministers satisfied with Saturday’s talks
At the talks of the foreign ministers of the Normandy Quartet held in Berlin yesterday ‘’progress has been made,’’ the foreign ministers of Russia and Germany, Sergei Lavrov and Frank-Walter Steinmeier reported.
"We have advanced in many respects, but not yet as far as we would like, but now, thank God, we had another debate, not like in the past two meetings," RIA Novosti quotes the German foreign minister.
He described the talks held yesterday as an important step towards further reducing tension in eastern Ukraine. In addition, according to the German minister, Saturday's meeting will help to prepare the upcoming summit of the leaders of the Normandy Quartet on October 2nd.