Leaders ORDO demand from Kiev to remove the trade embargo

In the so-called “LNR” and “DNR” demand from Kiev to the beginning of the spring to withdraw the transport blockade of Donbass.

Otherwise, the militants threatened to take control of the enterprise who are under the Ukrainian jurisdiction, reports the website of the separatist “Lugansk information center”.

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In a joint statement, the leaders of the “DNR” and “LNR” Alexander Zakharchenko and Igor Plotnitsky says that “Kiev is using radicals, organized and continues to blockade of railway tracks, threatening to blockade the roads connecting the Republic of Donbass with Ukraine.”

In addition, the statement said that all the enterprises of the Ukrainian jurisdiction who work in the breakaway “republics” will be introduced external control, if the embargo is not lifted until midnight on March 1, 2017.

Also, the militants promise to stop deliveries to Kiev of coal.

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“We will cease to supply coal to Ukraine. For the supply of coal there is neither the capacity nor the scheme of payment”, – said in a statement.

In the opinion of the heads of the breakaway “republics,” the transport blockade of Donbass contradict the Minsk agreements.

“This directly contradicts the spirit and letter of the Minsk agreements, and in principle characterizes the current Ukrainian leadership is unable to take care of the citizens. Many enterprises were forced to stop their work as a result of criminal actions of the Kiev authorities,” – said in a statement.

Earlier it was reported that at the next meeting of the Cabinet resolution will be adopted, which will regulate the exchange of goods (trade) of Ukraine with the occupied part of Donbass. Activists and Volunteers have a month block and a separate rail road route, through which Ukraine is experiencing a significant shortage of anthracite coal for the smooth operation of the power system. This was stated by the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov in an exclusive interview with the program TSN.Week.