On October 20, the permanent plenipotentiary representative of the DPR in the Contact group at negotiations in Minsk and the chairman of the DPR People’s Council Denis Pushilin commented on the outcome of the Normandy Four meeting, which was held in Berlin.
Denis Pushilin pointed out that the DPR supports the preposition to develop a road map to resolve the conflict in Donbass.
“Of course, we need a road map to know which clauses are implemented – political, security, humanitarian and economic issues. It is important in order to quell the speculations from Ukraine, which regularly says about ceasefire, military disengagement and getting access the border and then everything else. It does not correspond to the Package of measures,” the plenipotentiary representative said.
Also, he noted that the position of the Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republics as for the armed OSCE mission in Donbass remains unchanged.
ʺThe position of the Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republics remains unchanged – we are against bringing of any armed forces onto territory of our Republics. Under the mandate of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission that currently works in the territory of the conflict, the mission is civilian and unarmed, and making changes in the mandate and mission’s work can be implemented only in complete agreement with all 57 member-countries of OSCE,ʺ Pushilin said.