Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk agreed with the ambassadors of the Great seven countries and the EU member States ' implementation of the Minsk agreements, the Ukrainian debt restructuring and entry into force in 2016 a free trade zone with the EU, informs the press service of the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers on Thursday.
The meeting began with a moment of silence for those killed In the terrorist attacks in Paris.
"During the meeting discussed the implementation of Minsk agreements and the current situation in Eastern Ukraine, the process of debt restructuring of Ukraine and the preparations for the entry into force of the Treaty on the free trade area with the EU, which starts on 1 January 2016 ", - is informed in the report.
Yatsenyuk has noticed that, despite the fact that world appeared in front of daunting challenges, the question of support for Ukraine, "without a doubt, on the agenda of all countries-EU members and the countries" Big seven ".
He also raised the issue of sanctions against Russia: "We believe that the penalties must be pursued and all countries of the EU, and the United States."