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Ukraine comments on reports it is planning offensive in Donbass

Kiev’s top diplomat has denied claims that Ukrainian troops could soon begin an all-out assault on the war-torn east of the country, amid warnings from Russia that the flow of American weapons is rapidly worsening the situation.

In a statement issued on Monday, Kiev’s Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba lashed out at Moscow, accusing Russia of increasing the “intensity of disinformation, including false accusations that Ukraine is supposedly preparing for a military attack in the Donbass.”

Kuleba rebuked the claims, stating “officially” that Kiev is not drawing up plans to launch an offensive in the region. Instead, he said, Ukraine’s officials remain “committed to finding a political and diplomatic solution to the conflict.”

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According to the minister, Kiev is continuing to work to “revitalize” the ‘Normandy Format’ negotiations, with France and Germany as intermediaries. The talks began in 2014 when Paris, Berlin, Moscow, and Kiev met on the sidelines of a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the allied D-Day landings. The parties inked the Minsk Protocol months later, which led to a temporary ceasefire in the Donbass. However, Russia accuses Ukraine of refusing to implement its measures.

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