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Basurin: Kiev is preparing provocation on Victory Day

The self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic's (DPR) Defense Ministry spokesman Eduard Basurin said that foreign military units could be used by Kiev in provocations on the territory of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s republics during festive events devoted to the Victory Day.

Zhelezniak: Kiev provokes breakdown of Minsk Agreements

The task of Russia is to unite all efforts, including international, in order to force Kiev to implement the Minsk peace agreements - this was said in an interview to Vestnik Kavkaza by the deputy chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Sergey Zhelezniak.

EU extends sanctions against Russia till September

The EU Council has officially extended the individual sanctions against the representatives of Russia, DPR and LPR until September 15, 2015, the press service of the Council said.Previously it was assumed that the restrictions will be lifted on March 15, 2015, but the Foreign Ministers of the EU member countries have agreed to extend sanctions for six months against 150 persons and 37 entities, RIA Novosti reminds. 

Luhansk republic withdrew 80% of heavy weaponry

The self-proclaimed Luhansk people’s republic (LPR) has withdrawn almost 80% of heavy weaponry in line with the Minsk agreements, the head of LPR Igor Plotnitsky said. "The weaponry withdrawal is 80% complete, and the OSCE has confirmed this. But Kiev troops have withdrawn only 15%-20% of military hardware," TASS cited him.