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“This will allow starting a real process of de-escalation,” the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.
“It is needed to organize immediately a really full-fledged political dialogue with all regions involved to work out generally acceptable agreements about the future of the country and not to try to imitate reforms in a narrow circle of the self-proclaimed “coalition of winners,” the Russian diplomatic agency said.
“With this in view, Washington’s strong refusal, in defiance of the April 17 Geneva statement, to support an initiative to organize a dialogue between representatives of Kiev authorities and south-eastern Ukrainian regions under the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) aegis does not look accidental at all,” the Russian diplomatic agency noted.