Ex-Ombudsman Vladimir Lukin, who a year earlier was one of the intermediaries when signing in Kiev Treaty on the settlement of falling between the Ukrainian authorities and the opposition, told Last news , why the Document was not signed by the Russian side and when he died the chance on the implementation of the agreements.
Exactly a year earlier, on February 21, Kiev signed an agreement on the settlement of the conflict in Ukraine. The document was signed by then-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and the Ukrainian opposition leaders. In the negotiations as intermediaries participated the head of the foreign Ministry of France, Germany and Poland Laurent Fabius, Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Radoslaw Sikorski, who also put their signatures.
The Russian side at the talks was represented by the Commissioner for human rights Vladimir Lukin. Back in the capital of Russia, he told me that the dialogue was fairly constrained, however, had been broken, but still went constructively