Ukraine in any case should not agree to the terms “Minsk-2” because it’s a trap that will lead her to destruction as a state. This opinion in the program “Evening Prime” on the TV channel “112 Ukraine” was expressed by MP (“Samopomich” Yegor Sobolev.
“In any case can not agree (at “Minsk-2” – ed). It is an ancient technology “Trojan horse”. Putin wants to force us to recognize its puppet administration in the occupied territory of Donbass. To say that this is not the mercenaries of the FSB, and Ukrainian deputies, allegedly Ukrainian prosecutors, the police and, in fact, to let the poison into the country. One can only imagine what these special operations people can walk. The border is actually between States on the plan of Minsk will disappear, and they will arrive in Kiev to demand money, special status and, ultimately, liquidation of Ukrainian statehood, the replacement for the amorphous field of different regions. Therefore, the position of “Samopomich”: Minsk is a trap,” he said.
According to Sobolev, to stop the military conflict in the Donbass can not agreement with the leadership of the Russian Federation and the Armed forces of Ukraine, special operations forces and intelligence agencies.
At the same Sobolev noted that the positive aspects “Minsk-2” there is only a requirement of the cease-fire and the release of prisoners. “Everything else is lies and deception,” he concluded.
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We will remind that on 26 August at the Belarus capital Minsk hosted a meeting of coordinators of sub-groups of the Trilateral contact group on settling the conflict in Donbass with participation of representatives of the so-called “LNR” and “DNR”. Where it was stated about the need for a permanent ceasefire in the Donbass, from 1 September 2016.
Today it became known that Kiev initiates an extraordinary negotiations of the Trilateral contact group videoconference. The reason for this decision was the failure by the militants of the cease-fire on 31 August.