Ukraine and NATO will develop a “road map” of security in the Donbass

Ukraine will start consultations with the United States, Germany, Britain, Italy, France on the development of the so-called “road map” of security in the Donbass, said in a message posted on the official website of the President of Ukraine.

Kiev plans to discuss with the foreign Ministers of these countries on the “implementation of the positions on sustainable cease-fire, guaranteed allocation of equipment and artillery, the release of the hostages, unimpeded access of Special monitoring mission of OSCE” to all the territory controlled by militias.

The agreement was reached during the meeting of Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko and U.S. President Barack Obama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande, Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. The heads of state discussed these issues at the NATO summit, which took place in Warsaw.

“We are very carefully and clearly built the mechanisms to coordinate our efforts to ensure coordinated action in the implementation of the Russian Federation of the obligations taken on” are words in the message Poroshenko.

He also said that many countries-members of NATO expressed Ukraine with financial, political and expert support.

In addition, the participants of the meeting of the Commission Ukraine-NATO discussed the situation, and Ukraine, and means to further pressure on Russia to force her to abandon her aggressive policy against our country and the countries-members of NATO,” the statement reads.

At the summit, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg also urged Russia to stop “political, military and financial support for the separatists”, who are howling with government troops in the East of the country. In the final Declaration of NATO urged Russia to dialogue and clarify the position to “minimize the risk of military incidents.”