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BRUSSELS, January 27. /ITAR-TASS/. European Commissioner for the Enlargement and Good-Neighborliness Policy Stefan Fule has left for Kiev to hold talks with the government and the opposition, Fule’s spokesperson told Itar-Tass.
Stefan Fule has left for Kiev to continue talks with the Ukrainian government and the opposition in order to try to help them overcome the crisis, the spokesperson said.
Earlier, the European commissioner visited Kiev on January 24-25. He held negotiations with the government and the opposition and urged both parties to cease violence and continue the dialogue.
Summing up the results of the visit to Kiev, Fule said he had discussed several steps, which could help strengthen trust and the political process in order to overcome the crisis.
The European Union will continue assistance to de-escalating the situation and finding ways to overcome the crisis, the European commissioner added.