Normandy Four participants to meet again in four months - Merkel.

Normandy Four participants plan to meet again in four months, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said.

She said this after the Normandy Four summit in Paris early on Tuesday, December 10.

"We agreed to meet again in four months," Merkel said.

Meanwhile, foreign ministers and advisers of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany will discuss local elections in Donbas.

Estimating the summit, Merkel said that she felt there was "good will from all sides to resolve difficult issues."

The chancellor also noted that she was "very pleased" with the meeting.


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