"If any substantial matters related to the implementation of Minsk agreements are put on agenda, it would make sense for the Normandy Four to hold a top-level meeting. It would be possible if some real issues for discussion arise," Peskov told reporters.
Earlier in the month, Hollande said that the next Normandy Four summit was scheduled to take place in the upcoming weeks.
The so-called Normandy Four format established in June 2014 brings together French, German, Russian and Ukrainian representatives to discuss political settlement of the Ukrainian conflict. In February 2015, the quartet leaders worked out a ceasefire deal in Minsk, Belarus, signed by representatives of the Kiev authorities and militias from the eastern Ukrainian Donbas region.