The authorities hope not to run at Severodonetsk "Azot" ? chemical industry enterprise owned by the Ukrainian businessman Dmytro Firtash, but as long as to start lacking electric power, said the head of the military-civil administration in the Luhansk region Georgy Tuka.
"Nitrogen" is not fully ready to run, but as long as there are problems With the production of ammonia required in the process cycle. Since ammonia is a volatile substance against its production we are essentially all intelligence agencies and the locals. And most importantly, as long as to run the enterprise lacks electricity. We are obliged to restore the war-ravaged power lines. Not so long ago agreed in Minsk, there is hope ", ? RIA "news" words of head of the military-civil administration in the Luhansk region (appointed by Kiev ? approx. OPINION) referring to the Internet-the edition " Focus ".
On Tuesday in Minsk agreement was initialed the withdrawal of certain weapons a caliber of 100 millimeters and tanks from the frontline in Donbass. Authorized self-proclaimed DND in the contact group Denis Putilin said that the document was signed by all parties with the exception of the heads of DND and LNR. On Wednesday, the agreement was signed by the head of the DND Alexander Zakharchenko and the head of the Luhansk national Republic Igor Carpentry. On the same day the President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said that the Kremlin is experiencing cautious optimism and believes a positive decision on the withdrawal of heavy weapons in the Donbas, the most before the meeting " channel four ". Since mid-April last year, the Kiev Authorities carried out in the East of Ukraine "special operation" to suppress the protest movement in the Donbass. Refers to a large number of dead and wounded among the civilian population and the destruction of houses and infrastructure. The settlement of the situation in the Donbas region is discussed, as well as among them, during meetings in Minsk the contact group, which Since September of last year had already taken 3 of the document, regulating the steps to de-escalate the conflict. September 1, in the Donbass began a ceasefire, which the parties to the conflict agreed on 26 August in Minsk during the meeting of the contact group on settling the situation in Ukraine. The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko met With former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's September 13, summed up in practice, full compliance with the ceasefire regime in the Donbas Since the end of August this year.