Kyiv: President Petro Poroshenko said that the methods of growing aggression in Ukraine are changing, but the lack of a desire for peace is stable. In particular, the Russian Federation does not comply with the Minsk agreements.
He said this in Kyiv at a meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions of foreign states and international organizations accredited in Ukraine.
"The methods of Russian aggression are changing, but one thing remains invariably stable - the lack of desire for peace. For four years now, the Kremlin has refused to fulfill its obligations under the Minsk agreements signed by itself. The last ceasefire announcement, generally eighteenth, was again violated by the Russian side", said Poroshenko.
He noted that the Kremlin continues to keep Ukrainian hostages in its prisons, both in Russia itself and in the Ukrainian territories occupied by it.
Poroshenko focused on the fact that among the Ukrainian hostages of the Kremlin there are 24 Ukrainian sailors, prisoners of war and Crimean Tatars. In this context, the President stressed that “not a single judicial farce” will help Russia conceal the fact of open aggression against Ukraine in the neutral waters of the Sea of Azov.