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Peskov: Donbass reintegration unacceptable for Russia

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Peskov: Donbass reintegration unacceptable for Russia


06.10.2017

A new Ukrainian bill about Donbass reintegration is unacceptable for Russia, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov has claimed, RIA Novosti informs.

It is worth reminding that Petro Poroshenko has drafted this bill. The head of state offered to approve of the document where Russia is referred to as an aggressor having occupied a part of Ukraine with its regular army. The parliament has supported this law yesterday. Besides, the Verkhovna Rada has approved the draft law about prolongation of the law about a special status of Donbass for twelve months more.

Dmitry Peskov has cleared out that this law has rather declarative character, where Russia is called an aggressor. Besides, it does not mention Minsk agreements.

Apart from the above said, Dmitry Peskov has pointed out that the new bill has contradictions from the legal point of view. Its articles do not meet Minsk agreements, where Moscow is a guarantor country. Petro Poroshenko put his signature under the document accepting all its terms.

According to the presidential representative, the law on special status of Donbass is important, because everybody was concerned by expiry of the previous law about the special status.

Russian Foreign Ministry has claimed that this law should not contradict statements of Minsk agreements. Specialists will deal with scrutinizing the document on subject of correspondence with Minsk-2 agreements. Russian diplomats have emphasized that Russia together with the world society firmly believes that any documents related to future of Donbass citizens should be checked against Minsk agreements.

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