Negotiations of "Norman four" last for more than 7 hours in Minsk
Almaty. February 12. KazTAG - The negotiations of "Norman four" in Minsk on the conflict regulation in south-east of Ukraine have been underway for more than 7 hours and may last for other 5-6 hours, said TASS with a reference to Valeriy Chalogo, deputy head of presidential administration of Ukraine.
"As of 3.30 of Moscow time the negotiations are underway. The negotiations have been on for seven hours. Now, in the format of four leaders (without advisors). It's too early to talk about details. I think we will be working for 5-6 hours more. At least. But without reaching cease fire agreement we cannot leave," he wrote in his Facebook page.
Meanwhile, Eugeniy Perebeinos, representative of Ukrainian MFA, declared the negotiations of "Norman four" are going hard.
"The negotiations are hard, but there is a hope for success," he said.