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VIENNA, July 07. /ITAR-TASS/. The Trilateral Contact Group on Ukraine has stressed the need of urgent settlement of the crisis, says a joint statement of representatives of Ukraine, Russia and the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) on the result of their meeting in Kiev on Sunday.
“On the basis of President Poroshenko’s Peace Plan and of the Joint Declaration of four Foreign Ministers adopted in Berlin on July 2, 2014, the Contact Group underlined that it was a matter of urgency to make concrete progress towards a peaceful settlement of the crisis,” says the OSCE statement, released on Monday.
The organisation specified that the “Trilateral Contact Group of senior representatives of Ukraine, the Russian Federation and the OSCE met in Kiev on July 6, 2014. It discussed the present situation in eastern Ukraine, including modalities and the venue of further consultations with all actors involved”.
“The Contact Group is of the opinion that the next round of consultations should take place with no delay. It called on all actors involved to agree on the proposal of the Contact Group to hold the next meeting as soon as possible”, says the statement.