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KIEV, April 23. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s authorities say they are ready to lend an ear to the needs of the Ukrainian regions.
“The Ukrainian authorities are ready to hear all political demands of Ukrainians both in the country’s east and west. And not only hear but to meet them halfway,” the Ukrainian cabinet of ministers said in a statement posted on the official governmental website on Wednesday. “We urge to fulfill the Geneva agreements reached between Ukraine, Russia, the United States and the European Union.”
“The parliamentary coalition has called on all political forces to sign a memorandum of mutual understanding to settle the situation in Ukraine’s eastern regions,” the document said.