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“[The two leaders] continued to discuss Ukraine’s military and humanitarian crisis,” Peskov said.
“The heads of state exchanged their views on top priority measures for stopping the bloodshed in that country’s south-east,” the press secretary said. “[Putin’s] view on possible ways out of this crisis situation largely coincides with that of the Ukrainian president.”
Upon results of the meeting in Minsk, Putin told journalists that the conversation touched upon the whole specter of the Russia-Ukraine relations, including economic cooperation, the situation in Ukraine’s southeast, the necessity to stop bloodshed as soon as possible and the political settlement of the whole complex of issues.
Later, Dmitry Peskov specified that no further meeting with Poroshenko was on the agenda of Putin so far.