That’s according to Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, who addressed the issue via Twitter.
Kuleba reiterated the statement in a comment for the French newspaper Le Figaro.
"Ukraine has never planned and does not plan to launch offensive military operations in the Donbas. On the contrary, with France & Germany as mediators, we have spent 2021 seeking political & diplomatic solutions based on the Minsk agreements,” the tweet reads.
As reported earlier, Russian President’s Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said yesterday that Russia would retain increased military presence near Ukraine's borders as a "response to tensions and a hostile atmosphere" and in connection with "NATO infrastructure advancing" toward Russia's borders.
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