The Kremlin responded to the statement Poroshenko meeting heads of the “Norman Four”

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The Kremlin responded to the statement of Petro Poroshenko about the meeting of the leaders of the “Norman Quartet” in June. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, in connection with the statement of the Ukrainian guarantor about the possibility of a “Norman Four” summit on the margins of events in Normandy in June, said that there is no such trip in Putin’s schedule.

Today, April 16, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that the meeting of the leaders of the “Norman Four” could be held in June during the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the landing of Allied forces in Normandy.

“I’m talking about this for the first time – in celebration of the opening of the Second Front, the date of the landing of the Allied forces in Normandy, President Putin will be invited,” Poroshenko said live on 112 Ukraine.

At the same time, according to Poroshenko, Putin will be invited to a meeting in the “Norman format” by the French president and the German chancellor in coordination with the US president.

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