(QHA) - The United States will study the details of agreements signed by Ukraine and Russia in Moscow on December 17, however, Washington believes that these agreements do not take into account the expectations of peaceful demonstrators in Ukraine, Ukrinform reports. White House press secretary Jay Carney said this at a press briefing on Tuesday, according to the website of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine. "We will look at the details as they become available of these agreements that have been reported, but they don't address the concerns that peaceful demonstrators have expressed in Ukraine," he said. According to Carney, the United States continues to urge the Ukrainian authorities "to listen to its people and to find a way to restore a path to the peaceful, just, democratic and economically prosperous European future to which Ukrainian citizens aspire." "And we urge the Ukrainian government to enter into immediate dialogue with the opposition and all other stakeholders who have expressed their desire for a better Ukraine through public demonstrations," the White House spokesman said.