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KIEV, September 1 /TASS/. Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has pledged to implement projects designed to restore Donbas’s infrastructure, the presidential press service said after Poroshenko’s meeting with Kiev and OSCE representatives in the Contact Group on Tuesday.
"The Ukrainian president confirmed the Ukrainian side’s readiness to implement preliminary agreed projects to restore Donbas’s ruined infrastructure," Poroshenko’s press service said.
The sides also welcomed the implementation of agreements to establish a ceasefire regime, which, they said, would hopefully be stable and sustainable.
Poroshenko urged the Contact Group for Ukraine settlement and its thematic subgroups to intensify their work.