These issues were included in the agenda of the ministerial meeting. The European External Action Service said that “foreign ministers will consider the latest developments in Ukraine, including in Eastern Ukraine and the Sea of Azov, writes European Council.
Ambassador of Ukraine to the EU Mykola Tochitsky is waiting for a discussion at a meeting of sanctions in connection with the “elections” in some districts of the Donbas on November 11. “I envision strong EU sanctions after the so-called “elections“ in the occupied Donbas in violation of the Minsk Treaty,” wrote the ambassador in his Twitter.
The head of the Foreign Ministry, Pavlo Klimkin, earlier stated that Ukraine, together with international partners, is already working on increasing sanctions in connection with the “elections”.