Russia is primarily responsible for the non-fulfillment of the Minsk agreements.
Such a statement was made by the head of Poland’s MFA Witold Waszczykowski in an interview with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty,after the meeting of Ministers of foreign affairs of the «Visegrad group» and the States of the Eastern partnership in Pragueon May 4.
'Ukraine cannot be blamed for the non-fulfillment of the Minsk agreements, because the main fault lies on the Russian side. Russia does not go out of the Donbas, Russia does not stop firing in the Donbas, Russia does not leave Crimea, and, even on the contrary – more and more Russian military equipment is being delivered to the Crimea,' the head of Polish diplomacy stated.
'Thus, the main blame lies with Russia. However, there have been calls for Ukraine in order for it to do its best to carry out reforms. We talked about reforms, but they are being implemented slowly,' added Waszczykowski.