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MOSCOW, November 28. /TASS/. A meeting between the Normandy Four leaders is not on the current agenda, Russian president’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said on Monday.
"So far, there is no summit meeting on the agenda," he said.
Touching upon expectations from a forthcoming Normandy Four ministerial meeting, Peskov said, "It’ll be rather a working meeting to synchronize watches in order to avoid unnecessary and harmful pauses in the process in general, both at the summit and high levels."
He said that no cardinal improvement is observed in the negotiation on Ukraine. "Figuratively speaking, we are still ‘lost in translation,’" he said. "The Ukrainian colleagues change their position too frequently and, regrettably, it is still difficult to even agree key provisions of the document which is referred to as a roadmap that reflects general understanding of how the basic documents, namely the Minsk agreements, are to be implemented.".