LONDON (Reuters) – Russia said on Sunday that peace talks had not progressed enough for a leaders’ meeting and that Moscow’s position on the status of Crimea and Donbas remained unchanged.
“The draft agreement is not ready for submission to a meeting at the top,” Russian chief negotiator Vladimir Medinsky said on Telegram. “I repeat again and again: Russia’s position on Crimea and Donbas remains UNCHANGED.”
(Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge; Editing by Lidia Kelly)
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