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Pushylin is consulting Glazyev and Zhyrynovskiy in Moskov

One of the terrorist leaders of so-called “People’s Republic of Donetsk” Dennis Pushylin is conducting consultations in Moscow with Russian policy in order to get help.

Pushylin is consulting Glazyev and Zhyrynovskiy in Moskov

June 17, 2014 – According to UNIAN correspondent in Russia the latter was declared by Rushylin in Moscow.

“The support is provided by consultations. We interact with Surkov (Vladislav Surkov – presidential aide), Matvienko (Valentina Matvienko – Speaker of the Federation Council) Glazyev (Sergei Glazyev – Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation) and Zhirinovsky. Number of politicians that give support, “- said Pushylin.

According to Pushylin a ‘military and economic coalition’ must be built, but mostly economic issues are being dealt now. He said the he’s been in Moscow since June 11 but refused to answer when he’s going to return to Ukraine. According to Pushylin he’s consulting the ‘creation of civil institutions’.

He declared the issue of joining of “People’s Republic of Donetsk” to Russian Federation will be tackled after the firing is ceased. Pushylin also announced that he intends to nationalize the companies in the Donetsk region that do not pay “taxes” to terrorists.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on June 10 the self-proclaimed “prime minister” of so-called “People’s Republic of Donetsk” Pushylin was notified that he had been suspected of creating of terrorist organizations and implementing activities aimed at overthrowing the constitutional order and the seizure of state power, and changing the boundaries of the territory and state Ukraine border.

On May 2 Pushylin was declared wanted by the request of prosecutors and the court and permissoin for his arrest was granted for the purpose of considering the application of the preventive measure of detention.

Source: UNIAN.UA


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