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MOSCOW, April 18. /TASS/. Contact Group on resolving the Ukraine crisis has not fixed dates neither for a next videoconference nor for talks in person yet, Representative of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) at the Contact Group, Denis Pushilin told TASS by phone on Saturday.
"Now rules of procedure for the work of sub-groups is being discussed. They will be approved at the next video conference," Pushilin said. "Later on, a personal meeting of the Contact Group is due to take place and a document on the subgroups’ functioning should be signed followed by a launch of their work. However, there is neither the date for a regular videoconference nor the date for a Contact Group meeting."
Earlier, Pushilin said that subgroups would meet in Minsk even if Kiev sabotaged it. The meetings are expected to be held the Belarussian capital weekly.
Working subgroups within the Contact Group framework were to be set up in accordance with the package of measures aimed at implementation of the Minsk agreements. Ukraine was the last to submit the list of its representatives at the subgroups.