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“Russia is once again insisting on the immediate de-escalation of the situation in the southeast of Ukraine, on the withdrawal of the army units and the commencement of a real nationwide dialogue with all regions and political forces in the country,” the ministry said.
Moscow is also waiting for Kiev’s to fulfill its promises to foster dialogue with Ukrainian regions, including in the southeast of the country, it said.
The ministry said Moscow was extremely surprised by the distorted interpretation of the Geneva statement by the Kiev authorities and their American partners.
“I demand that security services carry out effective counter-terrorist activities aimed at defending Ukrainian citizens living in the country’s east from terrorists,” Turchynov stated.