Poroshenko sent a letter to President Vladimir Putin, with the demand to fulfill the Minsk agreements and release all the hostages, including Nadiya Savchenko. The Head of State reported it in an interview for the Polish television channel TVN-24.
"The day before yesterday, I sent a letter to President Putin the key element of which was the demand not only to cease fire and fulfill the Minsk agreements, but also to liberate Nadiya Savchenko and all the hostages," the Head of State has informed. He has reminded that the PACE also demanded the liberation of Savchenko, for she had become a delegate to the Assembly.
Petro Poroshenko stressed on the need to fulfill the Minsk agreements by all the parties. He noted that sanctions against Russia are effective. "We must create conditions to force Russia participate in negotiations and comply with its commitments," Poroshenko said.
It is to be recalled, according to the expert Pavlo Nuss, after the Ukrainian Parliament has adopted the law on the recognition of Russia as an aggressor Petro Poroshenko became President Putin's personal enemy.