Today Poroshenko will discuss with Merkel and Hollande elections and police mission in Donbas – source

Порошенко сегодня обсудит с Меркель и Олландом выборы и полицейскую миссию на Донбассе, – источник

Today must be a conversation the leaders of Ukraine, France and Germany. Elections in the breakaway territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions will be one of the topics scheduled for today a telephone conversation the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande. This is stated in the article of the first Deputy of the chief editor Sergei Rachmaninoff, reports ZN.UA.

“The possibility of holding elections in the uncontrolled territories and the issue of Amnesty is not removed from the agenda. It is expected that the local campaign in ORDA will be one of the topics scheduled for today a telephone conversation of Petro Poroshenko with German Chancellor and French President. It is also expected that the outcomes of the conversation, Angela Merkel, then (again by telephone) notify the Vladimir Putin,” said Rakhmanin.

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According to him, another important topic of conversation the three leaders should be discussion of the mandate and strength of a future international police mission in Donbas. It is expected that this issue will be discussed next week at the G7 summit in Japan.

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“Russia has not yet given consent to the placing of an armed force under the auspices of the OSCE in ORDO, but at least expressed a willingness to discuss the issue. What can already be considered a small diplomatic victory, achieved with the mediation of the United States. Washington, as far as we know, failed to soften the position of Berlin, previously opposed such a step”, – stated in the message.

We will remind, the partners from the EU and the US are pushing Ukraine to elections in the occupied territories.