Though a ceasefire is to become operational on April 1st, combat continues along the whole contact line, a source in the Donetsk People’s Republic People’s Militia (DPR PM) informed a Rossa Primavera News Agency reporter on March 31th.
(If you haven’t already, please read Chapter 1 first)
February 8, 2011
One of my employees published an exposé piece against me in 1991, which was called “The Mysterious Councilor to the Chiefs of the Kremlin” (it was a paid newspaper spread in Nezavisimaya Gazeta), and published all of his notes in it as though they were mine. Everything possible in order to discredit me in a certain way was done, in accordance with the norms of that era (and the norms were such that to be a “mysterious councilor to the chiefs of the Kremlin” was something horrible), that’s when a storm of indignation erupted amongst that part of the intelligentsia, who had previously treated me in an entirely different manner.
At 6.30 PM, the heavy shelling of Yasinovataya was started. The Ukrainian army used the heavy artillery. One man was killed on Festivalnaya street 7. At the moment, information about another killed civilian is being specified. One house on Nekrasov street 12 was destroyed as a result of the direct hit of the shell.
The situation is tense along the whole front line; the Ukrainian army is reinforcing its troops with heavy and rocket artillery, a source in the Donetsk People’s Republic People’s Militia (DPR PM) informed a Rossa Primavera News Agency reporter on March 29th.