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MOSCOW, June 2. /TASS/. Kiev’s statements that Russia has agreed with the deployment of police mission in Donbass are inconsistent with reality, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Thursday.
"The situation is very simple: the allegation that the recordings of conversations of the Normandy Four include some indications that the Russian side has agreed with the deployment of a kind of a police mission of the OSCE do not reflect reality," Peskov said.
"There are no such indications. There are also no agreements on this," he said.
Peskov stressed that "there is readiness to discuss this issue." However, this can be done only "if there is understanding that it is impossible to take any decisions without taking into consideration the position of Donbass representatives." This concerns the mission of observers on the contact line, he added.