MINSK, 3 September (BelTA) – The state secretaries of the Security Councils of the United States, Poland, Ukraine and Belarus discussed at a meeting in Warsaw possible proposals to enhance the efficiency of the Normandy talks on Ukraine, State Secretary of the Security Council of Belarus Stanislav Zas told the media on 3 September, BelTA has learned.
The secretaries of the Security Councils talked over the handling of the crisis in eastern Ukraine. Stanislav Zas did not mention the details as no concrete decisions were taken. “The parties discussed possible proposals to enhance the efficiency of the Normandy negotiation process, including Belarus' initiatives to invite the United States to join the process,” the state secretary said.
The situation in Ukraine leaves a considerable impact on security in the Eastern European region in general. When asked on the plans to organize more meetings similar to that held in Warsaw, Stanislav Zas said that such a format would be in demand in the future as the countries of the region need to consider the emerging issues together.More about Politics