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TUNIS, March 04, /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow will discuss in the coming days with partners the situation in Ukraine on the basis of the February 21 agreement, a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry told reporters on Tuesday.
“Russia in the coming days will discuss with the international colleagues the situation in Ukraine and ways to overcome the crisis,” the source said.
“For the Russian side essential are the two conditions: on the fulfilment of the February 21 agreement, which includes the constitutional reform and the creation of a coalitional government, and the wide representation of all the political forces of Ukraine in this negotiating process,” the source stressed.