LPR ready for dialogue with Kiev if Donbass status law is extended - Pasechnik
LUGANSK, November 27 (Lugansk Media Centre) - The Lugansk People’s Republic is ready for dialogue with Kiev if the latter extends the law on special status of Donbass, LPR Head Leonid Pasechnik said during a live Q&A session.
“I must say that today, the Minsk Agreements are the main platform for talks between Donbass and Ukraine,” Pasechnik said. “It is the only platform that allows for a peaceful settlement of the Donbass issue.”
If Kiev extends the law, we are ready for further dialogue and implementation of the Minsk Agreements,” he said “We want a peaceful way to end the Donbass war.”
The law must be extended and cemented in the Ukrainian Constitution, so that nationalists cannot claim that the law is anti-constitutional.
"If Kiev does not extend the law, it will not impact the Republic much because the LPR has chosen the path towards integration with the Russian Federation,” the LPR leader said.
LuganskMediaCentre — 27 November — Lugansk
Ukrainian troops clash with nationalists in Stanitsa Luganskaya area - LPR militia
Kiev forces return to disengagement zone in Stanitsa Luganskaya - LPR People's Militia
LPR militia downs Ukrainian reconnaissance drone in Kalinovka area
LPR hopes to set POW exchange date at Contact Group meeting on Dec 18
Russian humanitarian aid convoy unloading in Lugansk