Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Zakharova called the participation of Germany and France in the Minsk trial unsuccessful
France and Germany had eight years to resolve the conflict in southeastern Ukraine. Russia has repeatedly pointed out to Paris and Berlin the excessive selectivity of approaches in resolving the Ukrainian crisis. This was stated during a briefing by the official representative of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, reports a Lenta.ru correspondent.
The diplomat called the participation of Germany and France in the Normandy format a failure. “We have patiently pointed out to Paris and Berlin the excessive selectivity of their approach to what is happening. They spoke repeatedly about the pernicious consequences of the deliberate suppression of the Kiev regime’s unlawful Russophobic antics and openly disagreeing with the implementation of the Minsk agreements,” she said.
Earlier, Zakharova said the West planned to deploy nuclear weapons in Ukraine. She noted that Western countries’ plans include the creation and development of nuclear technologies and related weapons in Ukraine.