Tuesday, October 4 2016 20:55 EEST
Kerry told how U.S. is going to solve Donbas conflict
U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, Donbas, conflict,  Brussels, Ukraine, militants

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has claimed again that U.S. stance on the Ukrainian conflict remains unchanged, namely Kerry considers only diplomatic solution and wiews the need for joint efforts with Russia to strike a deal over conflict through diplomacy.

"We have imposed sanctions, and we're insisting on a diplomatic solution to the conflict in Donbas and the illegal annexation of Crimea," he said during his speech at the German Marshall Fund of the United States in Brussels on Tuesday.

The U.S. authorities urged all the parties concerned to obey international law.

"We remain steadfast in our support for a stable, united and democratic Ukraine," he said.

Also Kerry mentioned Syrian conflict and problems it faces on its way of resolution.

"We remain committed to a peaceful, whole, united, non-sectarian Syria" he said in addressing today's world challenges.

Early Ukrainian party claimed that withdrawal of troops was thwarted by militants

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