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Saturday, October 22, 2016

The leader LNR Igor Carpenter said that Ukraine is an “ex-country”

The head of the Luhansk people’s Republic issued a statement on the occasion of the second anniversary of an air strike by the Ukrainian Armed forces on peaceful Lugansk. According to Igor Venediktovich in the life of every state and nation there are events after which life becomes fundamentally different, and a return to the past is impossible.

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In his opinion, “for former Ukraine this turning point was on may 2, Odessa Khatyn”. Carpenter said that once with the connivance and direct support of official bodies were tortured to death about 50 of its citizens, and the survivors were subjected to harassment and even legal action against the Ukrainian government, in fact, ceased to exist. “Everything it does after is residual radiation extinguished stars”.

Luhansk for the same “point of no return” was 2 Jun 2014. In a statement, Carpenter Haworthia that the use of military aircraft against the civilian and defenseless city, a missile attack on densely populated area, Park with Playground – is a war crime, to which only able to the army of a foreign and hostile state.

For residents of the LC 2 June – the same day of memory and grief, June 22 as for the Soviet Union. On this day, they remember not only the victims of that heinous attack, but also all those who took anti-terrorist operation, “unleashed and still not terminated by Kiev, despite the commitments that the representatives of the Poroshenko signed in Minsk”.

Watch the video on “Zaharchenko and Plotnitskiy signed the Minsk agreement”

Contact group signed the document “channel four”. This was reported to journalists in the complex “Dipservice Hall”. Video of the TV channel “Capital TV” , Belarus

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