During the conversation, the Chancellor’s adviser called for de-escalation around Ukraine.
Adviser to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on foreign affairs policy Jens Pletner and Deputy Prime Minister, Chief Negotiator and Curator of Donbass Regulation Dmitry Kozak in January will hold a meeting at which to discuss around Ukraine.
This was reported by a German publication PHASE with reference to government officials.
According to the publication, high-ranking representatives of Germany and Russia plan to meet in early January. They agreed on this during a telephone conversation on Thursday, December 23.
During the conversation, Pletner called again to the de-escalation of the situation in Ukraine and stressed the need to discuss the further situation with Ukraine and France in the so-called “Norman format”. “The goal of the German side is to achieve rapid reactivation in the normal format,” the government said.
filing, on Tuesday toGerman Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Russian President Vladimir Putin had a great phone conversation. The key topics were Ukraine and the ultimate agreement on the Kremlin’s “security guarantees”. During the conversation, Scholz called on Russia to continue de-escalation in Ukraine.
By the way, before this conversation, Putin spoke with the French president.
Before Russian Foreign Ministry made public, which are called among themselves, about these agreements by Moscow and Washington on “guarantors”, where there are several points that are part of Ukraine’s integration and its integration into European and Euro-Atlantic structures. Moscow demands from the United States legal guarantees of that that NATO will abandon its intention to join Ukraine.