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    “DPR”: Coal – to Russia, directors of mines – to landfill
    Oct11

    “DPR”: Coal – to Russia, directors of mines – to landfill

    Terrorists of the “DPR” (“Donetsk People’s Republic”) intend to dispose of the coal industry in their sole discretion. Such a program was announced at the election conference of the movement “Oplot” by the so-called “prime minister of the republic” Alexander Zakharchenko, the website of terrorists...

    In Mariupol – quietly
    Oct11

    In Mariupol – quietly

    The situation in Mariupol is calm. The ATO press center announced on its Facebook page. “The situation in Mariupol and other districts is stable and under control of the ATO,” a statement reads.

    Heletey will be dismissed Sunday – media
    Oct11

    Heletey will be dismissed Sunday – media

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko will dismiss Defense Minister Valeriy Heletey Sunday. Other personnel changes in the power unit are also announced. Yuriy Butusov of Tsenzor.Net. wrote on his Facebook page. “According to the source of Tsenzor.Net in the presidential administration, the Supreme Commander on Sunday will dismiss Defense...

    Terrorists shell Maryinka with mortars
    Oct11

    Terrorists shell Maryinka with mortars

    The terrorists fired the settlement of Maryinka, Donetsk region, with mortars at night. The ATO press center wrote on its Facebook page. “Mortar fire was aimed at the settlement of Maryinka and the positions in the area of ??Hostra Mohyla mound,” a statement reads.

    Next week will be crucial in Donbas – Poroshenko
    Oct11

    Next week will be crucial in Donbas – Poroshenko

    Next week will be crucial in resolving the conflict in Donbas. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said this, representing new chairman of the Luhansk Regional State Administration Hennadiy Moskal the day before in Severodonetsk, expres.ua informs. “Allegedly, we agreed on everything with the Russians. Next week will show how sincere...

    Shchastia and Debaltseve fired more than 30 times over day
    Oct11

    Shchastia and Debaltseve fired more than 30 times over day

    During the last day, terrorists fired Ukrainian military positions over 30 times in Donbas. The ATO press center wrote on its Facebook page. “Over a day, more than three dozen attacks were made, they are located in two areas – near settlements of Debaltseve and Shchastia,”a statement reads.

    Goverment refuted possibility of handing over settlements to the terrorists
    Oct11

    Goverment refuted possibility of handing over settlements to the terrorists

    Several media disseminated misinformation about alleged “agreement on dividing lines in the area of ATO, allegedly signed between the Ukrainian authorities and representatives of “DPR” terrorist organization” Official spokesman for the Information and analysis center at National Security and Defense Council Andriy Lysenko officially stated, that...

    Yatseniuk instructs to attract youth to civil service
    Oct10

    Yatseniuk instructs to attract youth to civil service

    Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk instructed concerned ministries to immediately announce to attract young people to work in the civil service. He said at the Cabinet meeting on Friday, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “We have enough smart, educated, honest and pure youth. I instruct the National Agency of Ukraine for Civil Service and...

    Forty buses with militants enter Donbas
    Oct10

    Forty buses with militants enter Donbas

    Russia has sent 40 buses with militants and 30 vehicles to the east of Ukraine. Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) information and analytical center spokesman Andriy Lysenko said this at a briefing on Friday. “Mercenaries trained in the training center of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the...

    Yatseniuk, Poroshenko call on five states to strengthen support for Ukraine
    Oct10

    Yatseniuk, Poroshenko call on five states to strengthen support for Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk on Friday met with the speakers of the parliaments of Denmark, Ireland, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden. At the meetings they called on representatives of foreign states to strengthen support for Ukraine, in particular, in conducting reforms and expanding economic and military...

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