In Kyiv told about the strategy for the return of Donbass

In Kiev develop a national strategy for integration and reintegration of Donbass and Crimea, said the TV channel “112”, the Deputy Minister on the issues of the temporarily occupied territories, the former head of the Lugansk military-civil administration Georgy Tuka.

Previously Tuck had repeatedly criticized the government for the absence of such a document. “The strategy is, but to draw on Donbass three to four weeks enough for us,” said Tuck. However, he said that the formalization strategy for the return of the Crimea will take two to three weeks.

According to tookie, if earlier in Kiev could only provide a presentation of their actions, now we are talking about the development state of the document.

“Under any circumstances the first point — the cease-fire, it is not a matter for debate. The second point the return horizontal connections, which includes humanitarian, transport and economic components. Using an armed international organization, if now we are talking about the OSCE, the gradual return of the legitimate Ukrainian authorities in the occupied territory,” explained Tuck.

He said that the fundamental difference between the views of Kiev and the interests of the Kremlin” that Ukrainian politicians “elections in Donbass — a finish, and we are all the time trying to impose that is a start.

“We will finish elections, not to start”, — he concluded.

22 July, two days before local elections in the Donbass, the self-proclaimed head of the Donetsk national Republic Alexander Zakharchenko has once again postponed the date of the vote from July 24 to November 6, 2016. The decree published on the official website of the unrecognized Republic. “In accordance with the law of the people’s Republic of Donetsk “On local elections of the Donetsk people’s Republic” decide to postpone the day of elections of local heads from 24 July 2016 06 November 2016″, — the document says.

Previously, the government DND was going to hold local elections in 2015, but Kiev and Western countries said they would not recognize their results, as they violate the Minsk agreement. Elections in the Donbas was postponed to early 2016, after they moved on July 24.

The holding of elections in separate districts of Luhansk and Donetsk regions is one of the points of the Minsk agreements. On the first day after they should begin “the restoration of full control over the state border by the government of Ukraine throughout the conflict area”. To complete this process have “after a comprehensive political settlement”. However, the parties still have not agreed the order in which to execute the agreements.