Ukraine's foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin assures that Ukraine will provide evidence of Russia's attempts to disrupt the Minsk agreements at the meetings of the Council of Ministers of the Council of Europe, the UN Security Council and the OSCE Permanent Council.
He has announced this at a press briefing on Tuesday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
"Today the OSCE Permanent Council will hold a meeting. Tomorrow there will be two notable events. First, the UN Security Council will hold a meeting, dedicated to what is happening in Donetsk and Luhansk. In addition, tomorrow there will be a meeting of the Council of Ministers in Strasbourg. The Council of Ministers of the Council of Europe is also one of the key events. They will primarily focus on the clear analysis on our part, the analysis which is based not only on words, but the facts. We will not just show but prove who is now trying to disrupt the whole package of the Minsk agreements," Klimkin said.