Vladimir Dobrovolsky. The European Union has not Yet responded Ukraine with a request to send to the East of the country peacekeepers to ensure the implementation of the Minsk agreement, said on Thursday the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk after talks with the head of the European Council Donald Tusk.
"No, not yet. Yesterday, the Parliament adopted a resolution demanding that the EU and the UN to send peacekeepers not only for testing but also to provide the implementation of the Minsk agreements. This is our common interest to deploy peacekeepers. This initiative, which was launched by the Ukrainian President and the Ukrainian government. We expect that the joint European friends will support this idea, " - said Yatsenyuk correspondents, answering the question whether he has received a response from the EU for Ukrainian request.
according to his statement, " everyone wants peace in the European Union, and one of the tools to achieve that peace Is the deployment of peacekeepers ".
DNR authorities before expressed fundamentally opposed to the introduction of peacekeepers to the area of Ukraine, noting, because It is not provided Minsk arrangements.