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Putin’s puppet: the bill of special status of Donbas is for Ukraine, DNR needs another one

 September 16, 2014

Ukrainian troops hold the onslaught of Russian terrorist forces

Putin’s puppet: the bill of special status of Donbas is for Ukraine, DNR needs another one

The most important events for September 15, 2014 by Dmytro Tymchuk.

1. The last weekend has demonstrated that while the country if filled with rumors about some secret negotiations between Kyiv and the Kremlin concerning Donbas conflict, the Donbas itself has become the place of such tense ‘peaceful’ confrontation that not every war could keep up with it.

Russian terrorists troops are frantically trying to make Ukrainian armed forces leave their positions – especially in the regions od Donetsk, Avdeevka, Debaltsevo, Volnovakha, Shchastya. Shelling and assaults don’t stop. Diversionary war is in full swing. The situation at territory from the Azov Sea to Donetsk is tense – the enemy is fighting for the line Syrokyno-Telmanovo-Dokychaevsk-Maryinka-Krasnogorovka. The threat from the north is hanging above Mariupol.

Ukrainian troops hold the onslaught. However, it is quite clear that on cannot rely on any bad peace so far.

2. And as a confirmation: Today great puppeteer Putin put his playful hand into his puppet DNR leader Purgin and spoke with his voice: terrorists [read – the Kremlint] don’t need the sensational bill of President Poroshenko ‘about special status’ of separate regions of Donbas. ‘This bill is for Ukraine. Our own parliament creates the bill for Donetsk People’s Republic [DNR]’, – said the puppet with Purgin’s face.

How can we speak of any peaceful regulation? Until geopolitical autistic Putin doesn’t’ learn to speak for himself, all talks about peace will cost no more that the cheapest disposable razor for which Purgin, judging from his permanent unshaved state, cannot afford,

 

Purgin

Purgin

Source: head Center of Military and Political Studies and coordinator of Information Resistance group Dmytro Tymchuk


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