Nadiya Savchenko and Oleg Sentsov.  The new package, commonly referred to as “Minsk II,” has been criticized for being “highly complicated” and “extremely fragile” and very similar to the failure of the Minsk Protocol.    The New York Times reported that the plan contained “a few stumbling wires,” such as for example. B the non-delimitation of control of the town of Debaltséwe, which was the site of the most violent fighting at the time of the drawing up of the plan.   Following the Minsk talks, Chancellor Merkel, President Hollande and President Poroshenko attended a European Union (EU) summit in Brussels.  At the summit, the Minsk participants briefed the EU Heads of State and Government on the discussions. .