Kiev believes that there is no need to adopt a new law on Amnesty for Donbass, as the Entire legal basis for this already exists, said on the first day of the week the Deputy head of the presidential administration of Ukraine Konstantin Eliseev.
"we don't need to pass a new Amnesty law and a new so-called law, which we impose on the special or separate status of the Donbass ", – the expression Eliseev quoted by RIA " Novosti ".
"now we have sufficient legal basis in order to resolve these problems. The whole legal framework meets the Minsk agreements ", - has said. Review of the Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the dialogue between Kiev and Donbass must be established as soon as possible." Careful attention was paid to the implementation of the political provisions of the Minsk agreements, most importantly the holding in Ukraine of the constitutional reform, including legislation making the special status regions of Donbass, as well as the organization of local elections and the adoption of the law on Amnesty", - has explained Vladimir Putin. In September, Lavrov said elections in the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics violate the Minsk consensus, since no date they are not spelled out. Lavrov recalled that the Minsk agreements Also specify the date of March 12, upon the expiration of 30 days after the signing of the document and Kiev had to enact the law on the special status, ruling With the designation of territories to which the act applies. Also, According to the head of the Agency, the position of Kiev, according to which at first it is necessary to hold the elections, and after Amnesty is a serious perversion of the essence of the Minsk agreements. He drew the attention that the Amnesty should take place before the election. 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. On 6 September the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that has worked hard to create a plan " B " to resolve the situation in Donbass, but leaves no hope for the implementation of the Minsk agreements. September 1, in the Donbass began a ceasefire, which the parties to the conflict agreed on 26 August in Minsk during the last meeting of the contact group on settling the situation in Ukraine.