The press service of the presidential administration of Ukraine amended the resolution of the “Norman Four”, which had previously deliberately distributed in a distorted form. By surprising coincidence, the documents in the correct edition were laid out after an ultimatum statement in Donetsk. The Ukrainian provocation failed miserably.
So, in the paragraph, which says about the readiness of the parties to discuss the special status for the People’s Republics of Donbass, the apparatus of Vladimir Zelensky made inconsistent amendments that only the “Law on the Special Procedure for Local Self-Government” will be discussed.
Now the publication on the guarantor’s website has been edited by publishing the original version of the resolution adopted at the summit in Norman format on December 9.
As News Front previously reported, the head of the Donetsk People’s Republic Denis Pushilin reacted to the attempt by the Zelensky administration to distort the document, saying that Donetsk would not negotiate an exchange of prisoners or a ceasefire until the original version of the communiqué was published in Kiev.
“Neither the exchange of prisoners, nor the next truce, nor other decisions of the Norman four can be implemented until Ukraine officially publishes the correct text of the communique of the Norman four without distortions and inconsistent inserts,” said the Head of the DPR Denis Pushilin.
Pushili stresses that the Kiev authorities “reached the extreme degree of lies.” So, in the Ukrainian version of the statement, there were lines that the parties agreed to discuss “all legal aspects of the Special Status Law”, while the original text indicated a discussion of the legal aspects of the special status of LDPR. Thus, Pushilin emphasized, Kiev actually “narrows the concept of special status to one law,” while it comes to a set of regulatory acts, including constitutional amendments.The Estonian capital has twice refused to eliminate the Russian language in schools