The majority of Ukrainians favor providing autonomy to the territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions, the Interfax-Ukraine News Agency reports on June 25.
70% of the Russian citizens expressed a positive opinion regarding Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to simplify the procedure for granting Russian passports to citizens of the Lugansk People Republic (LPR) and the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), according to a survey by Levada Center published on June 11.
07.05.2019, St. Petersburg.
More than 100 Ukrainian citizens came to apply for Russian citizenship in St. Petersburg on the first business day since the president signed an order granting them an expedited citizenship process, the Rossa Primavera News Agency reports on May 6.
86% of the residents of the Lugansk and the Donetsk People’s Republics (the LPR and the DPR) want to acquire Russian citizenship, a representative of the Main Directorate for Migration Affairs of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (Russian: MVD) of the Russian Federation Kirill Adzinov said at a meeting with journalists on April 30.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs (Russian: MVD) of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) carried out a command-and-staff training exercise together with administration agencies and civil defense forces, in which it established liason with the Republic’s other agencies, the Ministry’s Public Relations Center reported on January 23.
Since the Ukrainian military have been authorized to seize civilian objects, they will be allowed to commit any injustice, the LPR’s People’s Militia Spokeperson Andrey Marochko said on January 19, its press service reports on its official site.