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MOSCOW, March 18 /TASS/. Moscow would like Europe and the United States to pay attention to the fact that Kiev is losing momentum in implementing the Minsk agreements, Russian president’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Wednesday.
"As far as the current situation is concerned, we can see a rather dangerous skidding in implementing the Minsk agreements by Kiev. We clearly do not understand the bitter sanctions policy towards Russia while Kiev’s actions are going absolutely unnoticed," Peskov said adding that Russia would certainly like the United States and its European partners to pay attention to these facts — be it sanctions threats or anything else.
Asked about a threat of disrupting the Minsk agreements, Peskov recalled that they had been signed by representatives of the Kiev government and the militias. "We can see that in this situation the LPR and DPR representatives are signaling the danger of disruption of Minsk-2. This, in our view, should be the starting point and the main indictor of the level of danger that we are facing now," the Kremlin spokesperson stressed.