Ukrainian media digest 14 January 2014

Russian investigators have opened a criminal case on the so-called genocide of Russian-speaking citizens in eastern Ukraine.


A coordination map is planning to be created in Luhansk region to give targeted aid to those citizens who suffered from armed hostilities.


On Sunday, Solidarity march could be held in Kiev at Maidan Nezalezhnosti as a response to bus shelling in Volnovakha, which killed Ukrainian civilians.


Representatives of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) announces about the joint patrol of Ukrainian and Russian Federation officers and members of “Donetsk People’s Republic” (“DPR”) in Donetsk and other territories which are currently under control of terrorists’ representatives.


Donetsk RSA informs that Jan.15 will be a day of mourning for the victims of Jan. 13 terrorist attack on a bus near Volnovakha.


At the government’s meeting, Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that Ministry of Justice together with General Prosecution need to take steps and recognize the self-proclaimed “Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republic” as terrorist organizations.


Three heads of Luhansk district administrations have been appointed today. Aleksandr Somov has become the head of Kremen district state administration, Roman Vlasenko has been appointed head of Popasnaya DSA, and Aleksandr Ivanov has received a post of the head of Troitskoye DSA.