Sergey Startsev. The Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Renzi has shown the critical importance of fulfilling the Minsk agreements, which He called "North star" to resolve the Ukrainian fall.
"Our North star, our lighthouse, our compass remains the Minsk agreement. If you will run the Minsk agreement is a turning point, the most important thing for Ukraine and for Russian-speaking residents of southeastern Ukraine. Our goal is compliance with these agreements. I hope that all the types of dialogue that we promote with Russia and not only with Russia will continue, " said Renzi on the first day of the week in a news conference on the results of the G7 summit in Ellmau, a broadcast which was carried out by the Italian state TV channel RaiNews24.
The head of government of Italy has also shown that the issue of sanctions against Russia will be considered at the conference of the European Council on 25-26 June, the agenda of which costs this problem. While Renzi has noticed that is required to complement the issue from the head of the European Council Donald Tusk.
The Prime Minister stated that about about the anti-Russian sanctions among the participants of the summit there was no disagreement. According to his statement, during the meeting held clear, showdown, and all the G7 participants expressed a common position on this issue. Renzi also drew attention in this connection that in the process of the summit discussed the large role that Russia should play in resolving crucial and pressing issues of modern international relations.
Answering the question about what He wants to say to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin during their upcoming meeting in Milan on the situation in Ukraine, Mr Renzi said: "I have nothing to explain to the President of Russia. He knows himself ".