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BERLIN, September 12. /TASS/. The foreign ministers of Russia, France, Germany and Ukraine, known as the Normandy Four, will discuss in Berlin the issues related to implementation of the Minsk agreements resolving the Ukraine crisis, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told reporters before the meeting on Saturday.
"A silence regime has been in place in Donbass since September 1 and in recent days encouraging signals have been sent out," Steinmeier said. "They have been encouraging signals so that we can meet in the Normandy Four format and achieve progress."
"As before, the situation is rather fragile," he went on to say. "However, progress on other provisions of the Minsk agreements is possible to be achieved.".
Berlin hopes for progress in the Normandy Four ministerial meeting, minister said.