Ukrainian FM anticipates ministerial meeting in Normandy format in March
KYIV. Feb 26 (Interfax) - The foreign ministers of the countries involved in the Normandy format negotiations on Ukraine, i.e., France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine, might meet in a month, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko said.
"Work is going on at all levels, and some work is being done at the level of advisors. We, the foreign ministers of the four countries, are also planning to meet in order to prepare a meeting in the Normandy format," Prystaiko told journalists in Kyiv on Wednesday.
"It will take place when we see certain progress for which we are gathering. I think my German counterpart and I have planned [a meeting] in roughly a month. To this end, we will gather the ministers of Russia and France and will meet all together in order to see how we are moving ahead and what we are preparing for a meeting among our leaders," he said.