“Ukraine is going to fight” – in “DNR” responded to the law on de-occupation of Donbass

Ringleader “DPR” Alexander Zakharchenko said that the adoption by the Verkhovna Rada of the law on de-occupation of Donbass will result in the escalation of the armed conflict, according to the information resource “Donetsk news Agency”.

According to Zakharchenko, the document is a violation of the Minsk agreements and disrupts the peaceful settlement of the conflict.

“This legislation will help untie the hands of the Ukrainian military. And all that they previously could not do will now be able to “legitimate” grounds. This completely violates the Minsk agreement. Ukraine going to war and creates the legal platform,” he said.

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We will remind, on Thursday, January 18, the Verkhovna Rada adopted a law on de-occupation of Donbass “On peculiarities of state policy on ensuring state sovereignty of Ukraine on the temporarily occupied territories in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.” Before that, the deputies two days was considered about 600 edits to the document. It officially recognizes Russia as an aggressor.

Videosto the Ukrainians think about reintegration and the future status of Donbass

The Fund “Democratic initiative” and the Razumkov centre announced the results of sociological research. As it turned out, 49% of Ukrainians believe that for the sake of peace in the Donbass need to agree on a compromise. And peace at any price is final, only 18 percent of respondents. Unacceptable consider granting the Russian language state status, stated that 48 percent of respondents. Almost the same number of people – against the granting of special status to certain territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions. Even more namely, 57% of respondents were against full Amnesty for all combatants against the Ukrainian troops.

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January 16, 11:14

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