Maria Tobacco. Prime Minister Cameron D. at the meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Arseniy Yatsenyuk has noticed that the conflict in Ukraine is not able to be resolved by military methods, reported in the report of the office of the British Prime Minister.
"The Prime Minister met Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk yesterday at Downing street to discuss several issues, including the program of reforms in Ukraine, Russian aggression in Eastern Ukraine and the implementation of the Minsk agreements ", - stated in the message.
"on the question of the fall in the East of Ukraine, the Prime Minister drew attention to the importance of the full implementation of the Minsk agreements and their belief that a military solution (to the conflict - ed)", - is informed in the report.
Yatsenyuk at the meeting, which was held in London yesterday, told Cameron of the constitutional amendment that was discussed this week by the Ukrainian Parliament. Both leaders spoke about the importance of holding free and fair local elections throughout the country.
"on the issue of reforms they concluded that the reform must be wide and must be implemented as soon as possible. Prime Minister Yatsenyuk told about the already implemented changes in the tax system, deregulation and the areas that still need reform, " the report says.
"The Prime Minister also reiterated its support for the reforms from Britain carried out, and among them, through the Fund for effective governance, providing tech support ", - informs the office.