Anti-Russian punishment will cancel after the full implementation of the Minsk agreements, told German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Cameron on.
Merkel and Cameron held on the last working day of the week in the evening working dinner at the country residence of the British Prime Minister. The sides discussed the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic and Ukraine, RIA " Novosti "." The sides discussed the situation in Ukraine… They agreed that the Confederation of States is obliged to uphold the punishment against Russia until, as long as the Minsk consensus will not be fully made ", - told about the content of the meeting authorized Prime Minister's office. The EU is obliged to consider the question of waiver or extension of anti-Russian sanctions in January 2016." The leaders noted the importance of continued financial and real support of Ukraine ", - told in the office." The Prime Minister (of Britain ) welcomed the progress that Chancellor Merkel and the head of France (Francois Hollande) has reached, operating in Normandy format ", - said the notary office. According to his statement, "the meeting began with a long and detailed discussion of the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic, and, for example, danger from the terrorist group "Islamic state" (IG). The parties stressed the need for a political solution to the conflict ".
Merkel and Cameron agreed that their countries should deepen bilateral cooperation and to work more closely with partners to reduce the danger from Islamic state terrorists.