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“Petro Poroshenko said he was ready to return to the ceasefire regime as soon as he gets confirmation of its bilateral respect, all hostages are released and control of the border is established under OSCE monitoring,” the press service said.
The president said he was ready to begin substantive political talks without preconditions.
Poroshenko and Biden also discussed “possible further international efforts to support Ukraine’s position”.
Biden, for his part, said the United States shared and supported the Ukrainian president’s approach to the settlement of the situation and was ready to exert efforts towards restoration of peace in Ukraine.