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Russia says no exact date for UNSC P5 online summit yet

Russia on Thursday said no exact date has been fixed for an online summit between the United Nations Security Council's five permanent members (UNSC P5).

The idea of summit which was  initiated by Russian and has been supported by the four other members of the UN recognised global superpower has no specific date, according to Kremlin spokesperson.

The date to hold a summit of UN Security Council five permanent members via a video conference has not been set yet, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

"The exact date for the video conference has not been designated yet," he noted.

The Five permanent members of the UNSC are Russia, France, The UK, China and USA.

Plans for Normandy Four summit

There are no plans to hold another Normandy Four summit to resolve the Ukrainian crisis, including via a video conference, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, adding that the implementation of the Minsk agreements leaves much to be desired.

"There are no plans on that score so far," he said. "The implementation of the Minsk agreements in general and the Paris agreements in particular still leaves much to be desired."


"There are no specific plans on that score now," Peskov added.

(With TASS)

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