Ukrainian media digest 10 of July 2014

A special agency, where all budget and charitable contributions will be accumulated, should be created to rebuild northern Donetsk region, Serhey Taruta told in Krasny Lyman city hospital, Donetsk administration reports. Humanitarian aid has been delivered from the office of UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
A national implementation plan is envisaged for the effective implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union, Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has said at the briefing in Ukraine crisis media center. “The budget process is about to begin. This is the big question, whether money for euro integration process will be provided. Thus, we have prepared a national implementation plan and send it to the European commission for comments,” Klimkin said.
The fact that Igor Kolomoysky is waging the information war on different sides is not in his favour. Besides his attacks on Firtash and Levochkin, he is threatening to take away Akhmetov’s property and is currently on the fighting terms with Igor Yeremeev (the leader of parliamentary group Sovereign European Ukraine) and Konstantin Zhevago (Tymoshenko’s sponsor). Still, despite the mutual enemy, all those groups do not coordinate their “battle actions”. If they started separately to pop at Kolomoysky’s mark, the effect could be tremendous.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has appointed former General Manager of Microsoft Ukraine Dmitry Shymkiv presidential administration’s deputy head for administrative, social and economic reform. He will be creating the single platform for the implementation of reforms in Ukraine.
The Presidium of the Mejlis has decided Refat Chubarov remains the head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People. The following decision was adopted at the Presidium’s meeting in Simferopol.
Today a decree “About specifics of repurchasing strategic objects of Crimean Republic” was adopted in the second reading at the special session of Crimea State Council. According to the document, all enterprises which, while being privately owned, are considered by the government as strategically important, could be repurchased. Crimean Parliament Speaker Vladimir Konstantinov has said the list of objects hasn’t been formed yet, but the main problem to solve is to supply Crimean people with water and electricity. Deputy Head of the Council of Ministers Yevhenia Bavykina informed the majority of strategic enterprises are in stakeholders’ hands. It means they can’t influence them, because they are not under Russia’s control. She ends up with examples – DTEK Krymenergo, Ukrtelekom and Krymgas
The Councillor for the Head of Donetsk regional administration, who was abducted by terrorists in the end of June, was released.
The conflict in DPR erupts between the head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic Igor Strelkov and the commander of Vostok Battalion, former head of Donetsk Alfa special group, Aleksander Khodakovsky, who is considered to be Rinat Akhmetov’s man.
The head of Zaporizhzhya state administration Valery Baranov appeals to region’s oil traders to share oil with the region for beach line’s protection in order to keep stability in the region.
Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Minister, demanded to release the mayor of Kurahovo (Donetsk region) Sergey Sazhko, alleged in supporting terrorists, who was detained by Right Sector, party’s press-service reports.
The fighting clashes erupted between armed gangs in Donets and Luhansk regions resulted in several deaths.
Rovenky’s separatists are taking about creating their own republic. They want autonomy, because they are dissatisfied with LPR’s policy. The Prizrak (Ghost) battalion under command of Aleksey Mozgovoy is in the center of a new formation.
Ukrainian government envoy for anticorruption policy Tetiana Chornovol has said Petro Poroshenko is thinking of appointing businessman Sergey Shakhov as the head of Luhansk regional administration.
As soon as talks about appointing new candidacies for the position of Kharkiv’s governor begin, the situation in the city became tense. It is thought Kharkiv regional administration benefits from separatists’ provocations.
Ministry of regional development and The National University “Yaroslav the Wise Law Academy of Ukraine” signed a memorandum. Following it, University’s specialists will prepare draft laws on decentralization on power in Ukraine.