Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin says a meeting of the foreign ministers of the "Normandy Four" nations (Ukraine, Germany, France, Russia) may take place at a G20 ministerial meeting in Germany on 17 February.
"We are in consultations with the German and French partners on how to organize this meeting. Most likely it will be held at the level of foreign ministers. We are considering several options one of which is on 17 February on the sidelines of G20 meeting," Ukrainian minister told reporters on 9 February.
Kilimkin said the Ukrainian side is planning to inform other ministers about what Russia is doing in Donbas.
Earlier, Germany announced the initiative od holding a "Normandy Four" meeting at the level of foreign ministers in the near future.
On 20 October, 2016 the heads of the "Normandy Four" states met in Berlin and agreed to work out a road map for the implementation of the Minsk agreements.
In November, Minsk hosted a meeting of "Normandy Four" foreign ministers " where the parties have failed to arrive to any agreement. After the meeting, Klimkin said that Ukraine and Russia had "fundamental differences in the vision of the road map."
On January 19, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed over the phone the activation of "Normandy" talks.