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BRUSSELS, June 26. /TASS/. The EU leaders at their summit have not discussed the Ukrainian conflict, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said after the summit on Friday.
No, Ukraine’s issue was not raised today, she said.
According to her, this topic might be raised on Friday when the EU common policy will be under discussion.
Commenting on the situation in Ukraine, she said that the Minsk agreements are of decisive importance for the conflict resolution.
Unfortunately, it should be admitted that both sides of the conflict in Ukraine have violated the ceasefire regime. The separatists - more frequently, but the agreement must be observed by both sides, she said.