The Kremlin believes that the participants of the "big seven" is worth to read again the text of the Minsk agreements, before to urge their performance from the Russian Federation. In Moscow, among other things, continue to watch the progress of the G7 summit in Germany.
Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov recommends that the participants of the summit "the big seven" in Bavaria again closely to see the text of the Minsk agreements. He pointed out that at the moment the G7 leaders have linked the issue of punishment with the performance specifically of the Russian Federation of the agreement, but said nothing about other parties who put their signatures on the document.
"Worth it just to read the data of the Minsk agreement, again to refresh their memory, in order, probably, to understand, who scrupulously fulfill the Minsk agreements. In this embodiment, while we did not hear any appeals to those who have to execute them", he said.
In Moscow also directed attention to another statement on the subject of sanctions. According to Peskov, "this is not some latest abstracts. "However, in addition, we drew attention to the fact that among the participants of this meeting, there are specific interesting points in the scenario. Some of them affirm the need to promote dialogue with the Russian Federation, about the impossibility of solving intractable problems without this dialogue."
Press Secretary of the head of state was informed that the Kremlin following the course of the summit, reports TASS. "The summit is not yet complete. And some summing up yet toward evening. Because some give explanations, probably premature," he said.
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