MOSCOW, March 29. /TASS/. Moscow continues work to coordinate a joint videoconference of Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron with Berlin and Paris, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Monday.
German government spokesman Steffen Seibert earlier said that there had been no videoconference between Putin, Macron and Merkel on March 29.
"We continue coordination with Berlin and Paris," the Kremlin spokesman noted when asked whether it was planned to hold such an event and when it could take place.
"When there are specific results, we will inform you," he assured.
At the same time, Peskov stressed that the video conference was not being prepared as a Normandy Four summit, adding that it was planned to discuss a number of other issues as well.
When asked why the list of the participants did not include Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, Peskov said, "Because the issue at hand is not a Normandy Four event. There are many others issues for discussion. This is not the Normandy Four."
The Kremlin spokesman agreed that it was impossible to hold such a summit without discussing the situation in Donbass. "Of course, the issue will be on the agenda in one way or another, but this is not the only issue," he said.
He declined to comment on other issues that the leaders could discuss. "I would refrain from making any announcements right now. When everything is finally clear regarding the time of the meeting, we will let you know," Peskov concluded.