Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak met with the ambassadors of the G7 countries and spoke about the results of the negotiations at the level of advisors to the leaders of the countries participating in the Normandy format in Berlin.
"We are extremely grateful for your support and want to convey to you the position of Ukraine and the algorithm by which we are moving towards a peaceful settlement of the military conflict in Donbas as transparently and thoroughly as possible," the Head of the President's Office said at the beginning of the meeting.
First of all, he noted that every achievement, in particular the regime of silence, which lasted almost six weeks, was made possible thanks to the support of the G7 countries.
Andriy Yermak informed the ambassadors of the G7 countries in detail about Ukraine's position in the negotiations, outlining the course of the negotiation process.
He also noted that it was agreed to hold the next meeting of advisors to the leaders of the Normandy format in the near future, which, according to Andriy Yermak, will allow to bring the summit of the leaders of the "Normandy Four" closer.
According to the Head of the Office of the President, Ukraine is proposing a clear plan of action to achieve peace with specific dates for the implementation of all agreements reached during the last meeting of the leaders of the Normandy format in Paris.
Andriy Yermak noted that in order to inform Ukrainians about the details of the peace talks and the implementation of this plan, communication will be strengthened, participants in meetings at the level of advisors and TCG will carry out explanatory work "to inform about what is happening and what should be done by everyone to achieve peace as soon as possible".
"We understand that communication, in particular with the media, is necessary and important," the Head of the President's Office said.
The meeting was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister - Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Oleksiy Reznikov, Minister of Defense Andriy Taran, First Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Ruslan Demchenko, Ukraine's representative in the TCG working group on political issues, MP Andriy Kostin.