Dmitry Zlatarev. The white house says that the Russian Federation and the militia does not comply with its obligations in the framework of the Minsk agreement on Ukraine.
"crystal clear that the Russian Federation and supported the separatists do not observe - at least in the last few days - taken on their own shoulders obligations," he said Wednesday at a press conference for reporters official authorized White house Josh Ernest. According to his statement, that "there is a risk of increasing the price" for their actions.
Commissioner White house drew the attention of focus on "diplomatic solution" to the issue. However, according to him, " these dialogues will be successful only if the participants will perform their obligations ".
Moscow has stated many times that it is not involved in the events in the South-East of Ukraine, is not a party to domestic conflict and is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis. In the capital of Russia noted that All charges against her on as if the intervention in the Ukrainian crisis unsubstantiated
dialogues " channel four ", held on 12 February, took place against a background of a sharp aggravation of the situation in the Donbass, instigated by the Ukrainian law enforcers who, having increased strength, began to storm the position of the militia. According to the results of the meeting of the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany adopted a package of measures involving, for example, a cease-fire in the Donbass with fifteen February, the withdrawal of heavy weapons and the development of a security zone.
Declared a ceasefire, according to the statements of the parties to the conflict and observers, observed throughout the contact line, with the exception of Debaltsevo. This city, according to the examination results of the militia, the so-called "boiler" was about 3 thousand Ukrainian security forces in Kiev denied environment. All the last days in the area Debaltsevo, one of the largest transport hubs in the Ukraine, there were clashes security forces and militia. Developments -