Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has straight rejected the thought of allowing an expansive self-rule to the eastern Donbas locale, and of making Ukraine a federation.
“Ukraine was, is and will remain a unitary state. Federalization is not an option,” president Poroshenko composed on his Facebook page in the quick wake of the four-sided chats on closure the yearlong clash, which wrapped up in Minsk on Thursday.
The leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany met for 16 hours attempting to explode a peace guide that would facilitate strains in Ukraine’s war-torn east.
After the discussions it was reported that this year is out Ukraine would change its constitution to include a clause on decentralization and a special status for the Donbas region.
On Wednesday President Poroshenko said the proposed decentralization program his legislature was dealing with had literally nothing to do with making Ukraine a federative state.