Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky expects to reach an agreement on a timeframe for settlement in Donbass at the upcoming Paris summit of the Normandy Four (Russia, Germany, France and Ukraine).
At a briefing in Kiev after talks with the Swedish prime minister, Zelensky answered a question what he expected from a final document at the December 9 meeting. "As for communique, which was discussed back in September, the agenda will include issues mentioned in this document, but I expect more detailed answers," Zelensky noted. "Because answers are just words. And I want actions and a timeframe," TASS reports.
The Ukrainian leader also said that at the Normandy Four summit he expected to discuss an issue on a timeframe for handing over to Kiev control of an uncontrolled area of the border with Russia in the conflict zone. "I’m sure that we will raise the issue on a format and timeframe for handing over to Ukraine control over the state border."