Ukraine Junta Army deliberately shelled LPR townships after the Donbass 'reintegration' law had been signed by the Coup Leader Of Ukraine Petr Poroshenko, LPR People's Army spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Andrey Marochko.
Nazi Ukrainian army deliberately shells Dolgoye as 'reintegration' law comes into force
On 18 January Ukrainian Junta lawmakers approved by 280 votes the final reading of the law “On the peculiarities of state policy on the restoration of the state sovereignty of Ukraine over the temporarily occupied territory of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine” (so called Donbass ‘reintegration’ law). The document excludes all reference to the Minsk Agreements and vests the Ukrainian president with the right to use the armed forces inside the country without the parliament’s consent. To this end, Ukraine will set up Joint Operations Headquarters to take control of all law-enforcers and military and civil administrations in the conflict zone. The law become effective after Poroshenko signed it.
LPR People's Army spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Andrey Marochko said that Kiev forces shelled Dolgoye and Kalinovo areas from positions in the vicinity of Lopaskino in the evening of February 20.
"After the law on Donbass 'reintegration' was signed, Ukrainian armed forces began shelling the LPR on purpose. I want to draw the attention of the international community to the fact that Ukrainian armed forces carry out genocide of Donbass people and the world should respond by putting Ukraine under pressure."
"Kiev forces can clearly see from their positions that they target civilians in Dolgoye, as there are no LPR soldiers, only civilians live there."
LPR Foreign Ministry described the law on 'reintegration' as giving free reins to Ukrainian army to activate military action in Donbass.