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France urges Russia to condemn decision to create Malorossiya
18:27, 18 July 2017
France urges Russia to condemn decision to create Malorossiya

French MFA urges Russia to strengthen the efforts to settle the conflict

18:27, 18 July 2017

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France urges Russia to come out with the condemnation of the statement of the leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) concerning the establishment of the new state under the name of Malorossiya. It is reported at the website of the Foreign Ministry of France.

‘We urge Russia to condemn the fact that violates the Minsk Agreements and the Normandy Format’, the message says.

Also, it is emphasized that Russia remains to be devoted to the principle of the full restoration of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and the internationally recognized borders.

The Foreign Ministry of France urges Russia to strengthen the efforts to settle the conflict

The leader of the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) Alexander Zakharchenko claimed about the creation of the new state Malorossiya.

According to him, ‘Donetsk will be the capital of Malorossiya and Kyiv remains as the historical and cultural center without the status of the capital city’. LNR will also join the pseudo-formation. The LPR militants denied participation in Malorossiya creation.

Zakharchenko also added that the state of emergency should be implemented in the state for three years. He also noted that the situation in Donbas achieved the stalemate and ‘such knot is tied that is impossible to cut’.

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