The Ministers of foreign Affairs of the EU countries show poor appetite in increasing pressure on the Russian Federation in connection With the situation in Ukraine, writes.
many Ministers had pinned their hopes on the last Minsk agreement and stated that the European Union States should consider increasing penalties only if the ceasefire will be seriously impaired. Currently, the Majority of European Ministers, and among them the Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, see " encouraging signals in the East of Ukraine.
"At this point in time we don't need no fresh punishment, nor any of their automatic renewal," said Gentiloni correspondents.
Agreed with him and the Austrian foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz." There is a glimmer of hope since the signing of the Minsk agreement