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BERLIN, January 20. /TASS/. The sides have yet reached no agreement on holding the meeting of foreign ministers in the Normandy Four format (Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France) on resolving the Ukrainian crisis, a source in the German capital said on Tuesday.
“As of now, taking into consideration how the situation is developing this issue has not been solved,” the source told TASS.
Last week, a German diplomatic source said the meeting could take place on January 21 in Berlin if positive developments in the Ukrainian crisis are seen these days.
The Normandy Four foreign ministers said on January 12 after talks in Berlin that another meeting could be held after negotiations of the Contact Group on the Ukrainian crisis.
The Contact Group talks in Minsk on January 16 were frustrated as Kiev sent no representative to the meeting. Representatives of both the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk republics arrived in Minsk to attend the negotiations.