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ROME, March 06. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will report to Russian President Vladimir Putin on the proposals that US Secretary of State John Kerry had made on Ukraine.
“We cannot report yet that we had reached understanding. I will report to the Russian president and after that the president will take his decision,” Lavrov said.
“We agreed that we would study additionally those ideas that John Kerry passed to me today regarding concrete future steps. We cannot report to the world community yet that we reached understanding. I will report to the president upon return to Russia about those talks that we had and which issues we discussed. After that the president will take his decision,” the Russian foreign minister added.