Ukraine unrest: German, Polish FMs meet Yanukovich

Friday, February 21, 2014

German and Poland's foreign ministers will hold another meeting with Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych on Friday at the Ukrainian presidential administration headquarters to review the country's political status.

German and Poland's foreign ministers will hold another meeting with Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych on Friday at the Ukrainian presidential administration headquarters to review the country's political status.

ANKARA - German and Poland's foreign ministers will hold another meeting with Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych on Friday at the Ukrainian presidential administration headquarters to review the country's political status.

The head of the European Union Delegation to Ukraine, Jan Tombinski, told Interfax-Ukraine - Ukraine's news agency, that negotiations between Germany, Poland and Ukraine are still continuing and the ministers plan to hold one more meeting before lunchtime.

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius urged caution and said the opposition in Ukraine need to consult with its members.

Meanwhile, the number of policemen killed in the latest riots in Kiev have risen to 16, according to a statement from Ukraine's Interior Ministry on Friday. The statement also said 'a total of 130 policemen have been admitted to hospitals with gunshot wounds'.

Since Tuesday, 75 people have been killed in the conflict-torn country.

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