Ukrainian media digest for June 10, 2014

The head of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic Valerii Bolotov issues a decree about the nationalisation Luhansk regional consumer’s association. The decree is published on LPR’ official web site.
Maxim Petrukhin, an aide to Denis Pushilin, one of the co-chairmen of the self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), was killed in Donetsk with separatists claiming the act was an assassination attempt on Pushilin.
Terrorists have seized the water storage in Donetsk and start the dewatering process. If water is fully removed from the storage, there is a probability Kurahovskaya water storage will be overflown, officials of Donetsk regional administration state.
The first meeting of trilateral contact group on the implementation of peaceful plan in the east of Ukraine took place, press office of the Ukrainian president informs. The representatives of Ukraine, Russian Federation and OSCE “come to mutual understanding on the implementation of the plan for deescalation of the situation in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.”
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has appointed Borys Lozhkin as the head of the presidential administration. The head of state signed the decree on Tuesday, according to the president’s Web site.
SCM owner Rinat Akhmetov says he is not planning to form his own battalions of special purpose following the example of the head of Dnipropetrovsk regional administration Ihor Kolomoyskyi.
The chairman of Crimea’s legislature, Vladimir Konstantinov, called Poroshenko’s statement about the status of Crimea “fantastic gibberish”. Poroshenko was commenting on a statement in Saturday’s inaugural speech of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko that “Crimea was, is and will be Ukrainian territory.”
An investment and strategic development committee has discussed propositions about decentralisation of power at its meeting in Dnipropetrovsk. An initiative group has been formed to lobby the idea of power decentralisation at the state level.
The head of Donetsk regional administration Serhiy Taruta is against the full-scale military campaign in the eastern part of Ukraine.
The head of Zaporizhzhya regional administration Valeriy Baranov informs that administrative buildings and television towers will be protected by internal military forces.
DPR’s first deputy Prime Minister Andrei Purgin says they do not see the opportunity for a direct dialogue with president Petro Poroshenko.
Rada deputy speaker Ruslan Koshulynsky accuses Rinat Akhmetov of supporting Donbass turmoil. He thinks the situation in Donbass allows Akhmetov to save his assets, which he has been acquired during the Yanukovych rule.
The leader of Rovenky militias Victor Veryovka says Dolzhansky and Djakovsky check-points are under control of Aleksey Mozgovoi battalion.
The head of Lvivsk regional administration Iryna Sekh has signed a letter of resignation.