U.S. Republican Senator John Sidney McCain did not want the invitation to go as an observer in elections in the Luhansk people's Republic.
"Although I am often not engaged in monitoring the elections in imaginary countries, I am grateful for this unique invitation. If the so-called "Luhansk people's Republic" is interested in democratic elections, then I propose her followers to lay down their arms and participate in the upcoming round of elections in a free and United Ukraine ", ? transmits bi-Bi-si the text of the statement by McCain. Yesterday the head of the Luhansk national Republic Igor Carpenter has addressed to journalists with the request to give the invitation of U.S. Senator John McCain to visit the Republic and to observe the preparation and conduct of local elections. While Carpenter has described the Senator As " the most truthful person, Democrat of Democrats, which moves around the world to tell the rules, the rules of democracy." John Sidney McCain Before many times urged the U.S. government to begin deliveries of "defensive weapons" to Kiev.
As stated, American politician, former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul, If McCain was sitting at home, the majority of Ukrainians would be alive. Remember, elections of heads of cities and districts of the Luhansk national Republic is scheduled for November 1, 2015. On Sunday, foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin tried to convince immediately to start discussing elections in self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk people's republics in the trilateral contact group (TCG). On the first day of the weekend, the Ministers of foreign Affairs of the "channel four" (Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France) held dialogues in Berlin. The meeting lasted over three hours. The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia S. V. Lavrov positively assessed the past in Berlin dialogues of foreign Ministers in the " Normandy format ", saying that the two sides stressed the need to establish a direct dialogue between Kiev, Donetsk and Lugansk. September 9 the mission of the Office for democratic institutions and human rights of the Organization for security and cooperation in the European Union (OSCE / ODIHR) has said it will not participate in observing the elections in the Donetsk and Lugansk national republics. DNR has expressed a regret in connection with the decision of the OSCE. Prior to this, the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine said that the holding of local elections in Donetsk and Luhansk will lead to the disruption of the Minsk agreements.