The removal of equipment a caliber of less than 100 mm from the contact line in the Donbas self-proclaimed Donetsk people's Republic will begin fifteen days After the start of this process in the self-proclaimed LNR said on the last working day of the week Deputy head of the headquarters of the militia DND Eduard Bacurin.
before Basurin said the Withdrawal of equipment a caliber of less than 100 millimetres will start from Lugansk under condition of observance of the ceasefire, and then to divert weapons will be in DND. Zam. the chief of staff of the corps national police LNR Igor Yashchenko said that the Republic will start the Withdrawal of tanks from the line of contact on October 3 at 10. 00 (same as GMT).
"The removal of equipment will begin from Lugansk. If the ceasefire will be respected 3 October. Then in fifteen days we will start. In the first stage, it will be Donetsk and Lugansk, the Drain tanks. Then the second stage, which consists in withdrawing the artillery of calibre of 100 millimetres and mortars of a caliber of 120 millimeters, " - said Basurin correspondents.
On Tuesday in Minsk agreement was initialed the withdrawal of certain weapons a caliber of 100 millimeters and tanks from the frontline in Donbass. On Wednesday all sides have signed the contract. 1st phase of allotment shall commence upon a finding of a complete ceasefire in the Donbas. First of Authorized Kiev told that the Kiev side will start the removal of equipment only After the authorized DND and LNR.
The military operation against dissatisfied with the coup d'etat of residents of Donbas lasts more than a year. On February 12, negotiations were consensus about stop fire, the withdrawal of heavy weapons, the introduction to the Constitution of Ukraine for change about the decentralization of power and consolidation of special status " of Donetsk and Lugansk regions ".
at the meeting of the contact group, which took place on 26 August in Minsk, the parties to the conflict agreed on the need to achieve a ceasefire in the Donbass on September 1. 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.