Vice-President of the USA Joe Biden welcomed the proposal of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on the creation of a 30-km demilitarised zone in Eastern Ukraine under the control of the OSCE, said on the last working day of the week, the White house.
"The Vice President welcomed the proposal of the President Poroshenko on creating a 30-kilometer demilitarized zone under the control of the OSCE," - said the message the White house on the results of telephone interviews Biden and Poroshenko.
The sides also discussed " the continued U.S. assistance to Ukraine in the issues of security, efforts in the battle against illegal activities of officials in Ukraine, energy security and the urgency of finding those responsible for the tragedy of flight MH-17 Malaysian airlines ".
in addition, the leaders discussed the implementation of the Minsk agreements.
On Tuesday, the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that after a few days in the Donbas has an obligation to begin disposal of heavy weapons, about which the Parties have agreed in Minsk yesterday at the meeting of the trilateral contact group. He also said that he told the representatives of Kiev in the tripartite contact group to immediately sign a Treaty creating a 30-kilometer buffer zone, withdrawal of tanks and mortars.