Ukrainian media digest 8 of July 2014

In Svyatogorsk president Petro Poroshenko proposes to conduct another round of talks over the situation at the Donbas, Donetsk’s mayor Aleksander Lukyanchenko told journalists at the press conference on 8 July. “President proposes to hold another round of talks in Svyatogorsk with the participation of the representatives of OSCE, DPR’s and LPR’s leaders,” Lukyanchenko points out.
Parliamentary special commission has finished examining events, which took place from 18 to 20 February, 2014 at Maidan in Kyiv. The text was published on Hennadiy Moskal’s website. Conclusions are disappointing: almost all evidence of crime, as bullets, journals, weapons were destroyed. It is hardly to find evidences of citizens’ and policemen’s shooting’.
The head of Dnipropetrovsk regional administration Igor Kolomoysky proposes to confiscate actives of separatists’ supporters and sponsors and form a special LtD, where ATO’s members and relatives of those who died will be shareholders. “Today the government is obliged to confiscate property, factories, and shares of separatists’ supporter. All of those who financed and continue financing the terror in the country,” deputy head of Dnipropetrovsk regional administration Boris Filatov quotes Kolomoysky on his Facebook.
Crimean minister of fuel and energy Sergey Yegorov resigned as the deputy of republic’s state council, he informed at the meeting of the parliamentary commission on industrial policy, transport and communications. Yegorov underlines he is about to resign by the end of the term. He thinks, the efficiency of ministry’s work depends not on the quantity of ministers, but on their professionalism and devotion.
Ukrainian armed forces and National guard have President’s approved plan about retaking Luhanks and Donetsk, Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC) Mykhailo Koval commented 5 channel. “Poroshenko has approved the plan how to retake Luhansk and Donetsk,” Koval says. Moreover, according to his words, the head of the state has supported the plan to clear the whole Donbas from separatists.
A slogan “Crimean people are with Russia” was unfolded on the magazine in Crimea, which belongs to newly appointed first deputy head of presidential administration Yuriy Kosyuk, who coordinates military supplies.
Political analyst Gunter Sholtz thinks Ukraine’s president need to give his seat to oligarch Igor Kolomoysky in the end.
The head of the SBU Nalyvaychenko says oligarch Rinat Akhmetov has no serious influence at the Donbas.
The self-proclaimed head of Crimea’s prime minister Sergey Aksyonov leads the United Russia party’s list of candidates at the Crimean parliamentary elections. Moreover, the first 10 seats look as the following: the self-proclaimed speaker of Crimea’s parliament Vladimir Konstantinov, the major Refat Chubarov’s rival at the last elections to the Mejlis Remzi Ilyasov, Sergey Tsekov, Konstantin Bakharev, Andrey Kozenko, Larisa Georgiadi, Vladimir Bobkov, Oksana Sergienko and Yevhenia Dobrynya.
The head of Dnipropetrovsk regional administration and the leading partner of Prival Group Igor Kolomoysky says he will pay 500 thousand dollars for the leader of Luhansk People’s Rebublic Valeriy Bolotov.
The governor of Zaporizhzhya region Valeriy Baranov informs the protection of sea border in Zaporizhzhya region will be strengthened in the near future by using ships which are based in Mariupol. Apart from strengthening the beach line in Berdyansk region, three additional checkpoints will be built at the region’s territory.
In Poltava region activists were demanding from governor Victor Bugaychuk to give their army individual protective equipment.
The Russian-Ukrainian border all along its perimeter, including the earlier problematical stretch in Luhansk region, is under the tight control of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and State Border Service, said Mykhailo Koval, deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council.
Gunmen in the east of Ukraine accused their commander Igor Girkin dubbed Strelok betrayal and embezzlement. They said Girkin took all the money Russia gave them. They gave Girkin two days for returning payments.
Militants of the self-proclaimed LPR forced employees of Luhansk regional state television company to leave company’s territory and they went it off air.