'Normandy Four' meeting in Paris is joint initiative of France, Germany, Russia - Kremlin

A decision to hold a 'Normandy Four' summit in Paris on October 2 is a result of the joint initiative of Russia, France and Germany, Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov has said.
A decision to hold a 'Normandy Four' summit in Paris on October 2 is a result of the joint initiative of Russia, France and Germany, Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov has said.

"It was a joint initiative of the leaders of France, Germany and Russia. They reached the agreement on the phone," Peskov said.

Speaking of the central theme of the meeting, he said, "the settlement in Donbass remains the focus, while the main priority of the 'Normandy Four' is the implementation of the Minsk agreements."

"So, there is a need to hold debates on the summit level," he said.

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