MINSK (QHA) -

OSCE Special Representative in the Trilateral Contact Group for Ukraine Martin Sajdik does not agree with the fact that the Minsk agreements should be adjusted over proposals for the deployment of peacekeepers into the Donbas territory. According to him, it is too early to talk about the matter.

“It's too early to talk about this, because so far there is only the RF proposal (on the introduction of peacekeepers - IF), Sajdik said to reporters on Wednesday in Minsk.

Sajdik said that, in his opinion, the Minsk agreements are very strong and stable. 

"And most importantly, when there will be a UN mission, then the purpose of this mission should be exactly the embodiment of the Minsk agreements," he emphasised 

According to Sajdik, three years since the signing of the agreements showed that, despite certain difficulties, "the Minsk process is working and bringing results." 

Reportedly, the People's Deputy of Ukraine Andriy Teteruk stated that the UN peacekeepers in the Donbas should be strengthened by the Ukrainian Armed Forces and the National Guard, in order to effectively implement their mission on quite a big territory uncontrolled by the Ukrainian government.

QHA