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NATO has accused Russia of escalation of the conflict in the Donbas

НАТО обвинило Россию в обострении конфликта на ДонбассеThe worsening situation under the plant became the reason of the meeting of the Commission Ukraine-NATO in Brussels.

Yesterday, 8 February, in connection with the worsening military situation under the plant in the headquarters of NATO held a meeting of the Commission Ukraine-NATO at the level of permanent representatives in the Alliance. About this in his Facebook said the Vice-Premier on European integration and Euro-Atlantic cooperation Ivanna klympush-Tsintsadze.

“In the end, all NATO countries expressed the unanimous support of the Ukraine territorial integrity and sovereignty of our state. The countries-members of NATO there is no doubt that Russia and its cronies are responsible for the escalation of the security situation in the Donbass”, – she wrote.

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According to a member of the government, the allies of Ukraine confirmed the lifting of sanctions against Putin’s Russia is impossible, since the latter is not fulfilling the Minsk agreements, “which are the only means to resolving the conflict.”

“That is why NATO will continue the political pressure on Russia, oscillations on this occasion will not,” she said.

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Klympush-Tsintsadze also said that the Alliance “noted visible results” of reforms in Ukraine. “NATO members think that such an exchange of information with Ukraine is extremely important”, – said Deputy Prime Minister.

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