Donetsk, Oct 20 – DAN. DDR authorities support the idea to work out a road map to fulfil Minsk Agreements, that was discussed on Berlin meeting of the Normandy Four leaders, said DPR parliament speaker Denis Pushilin.

"Probably, the most positive outcome of the meeting is the understanding of the necessity of a road map we've been talking about for so long. We cannot fulfil some articles while ignoring other," he said.

He noted that a road map will put an end to Ukraine's speculations over Minsk process.

"Kiev's speculations over the border control and incessant shelling that are purported to be the only reasons behind reluctance to negotiate political issues, must be stopped. And the roadmap is the best option. I hope that the same understanding will be achieved within the Contact Group."

The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France met on Oct. 19-20 in Berlin, the negotiations lasted for more than five hours behind closed doors. No documents were signed after the four-way talks, though the sides agreed to draw up a roadmap in November on how to implement a Minsk agreement, which could pave the way for de-escalation. The participants reiterated the adherence to Minsk Agreements, which they said are the only way to bring peace to the region.