Kravchuk: the meeting of Normandy format leaders is scheduled for April
The next meeting of the Normandy format leaders (Ukraine, France, Germany, Russia) may take place in April, but it is too early to talk about it.
The head of the Ukrainian delegation to the Trilateral Contact Group Leonid Kravchuk stated this on Friday.
"Currently, a lot of work is being done at the level of political advisers, with the participation of Yermak (head of the Office of the President of Ukraine), and, accordingly, Kozak, Putin's adviser, and others. They're just resolving this main issue of holding a summit. It is planned for April, probably," Kravchuk said.
At the same time, the first president of Ukraine clarified it's too early to say for sure, as "it's very difficult to predict Russia's position."
"It's difficult to say how it will be in reality, because it's hard to predict Russia's activities or position. It changes literally every day," the head of the Ukrainian delegation to the TCG stressed.