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ST. PETERSBURG, June 16 /TASS/. The United States and the European Union are getting tired of Kiev’s whims over the crisis settlement in Donbass, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told a session of the Valdai discussion club held as part of SPIEF-2016 on Thursday.
"Ways of settling the Ukraine crisis can be discussed endlessly. There are the Minsk Accords and any attempts to rewrite them are impossible and unacceptable. We hope that our western partners will continue doing pastoral work with Kiev," Lavrov said.
"Moreover, the Germans and the French and even the Americans are getting tired of the whims of their fosterlings. They have to implement a document, which they have signed," the Russian foreign minister added.