Ukrainian media digest 16 of July 2014

MP and the former Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev has appealed to the European Court of Human Rights against Russia alleging his rights have been violated, when he was banned to enter Crimea territory, Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers press-service reports.
On Tuesday, 15 July, Aydar battalion militaries found an arsenal of weapons and ammunition at Spiridon Kilinkarov’s (MP from Communist fraction) summer residence, which is located in Stulkova balka village near Lyhansk. Aydar militaries are still there, holding back LPR’s terrorists and the so-called Afghan “police” who try to force them leave the residence.
A recruiting office of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic terrorists organization was opened in Moscow, The embassy of the United States in Kyiv informs in its statement, which has been published on the official website. It underlines that Russian authorities allowed gunmen to establish a recruiting office. “Separatists are looking for volunteers with certain skills, as how to deal with heavy weapons: tanks and air defense weapons in Russia. Russia’s officials allowed people from DPR to create a recruiting office in Moscow,” the statement says.
Business of two biggest financial and industrial groups – Rinat Akhmetov’s SCM and Dmytro Firtash’s Group DF is at risk because of political destabilization and western pressure. Only Ihor Kolomoisky’s Pryvat remains in a comfort zone.
Economic interests are the main reason of Kolomoysky-Firtash information war. First and foremost, this the question about appointing their people to governors’ posts. Secondly, the upcoming privatization process of liquid enterprises and the gas question.
Businessman Yuriy Ivanyushchenko together with Ivan Avramov still control coal industry in Luhansk region.
Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers needs to prepare and approve a national strategy on how to return Crimea. The resolution on this issue was discussed at the round table, where the question of creating Ukraine’s ministry on Crimea’s issues was debated.
DPR demands from businessmen 5 percent company’s revenue.
Donetsk regional state administration accused the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic of preventing water supply to western regions.
On 17 July Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk will present project of changes to the national budget, where some money will be spend on Donbas’s reconstruction. He underlines, oligarchs should take an active part in financing Donetsk and Luhansk regions’ reconstruction.
Vinnytsya regional council will hold a nonconfidence vote against region’s governor Victor Buhaichuk if he misses one more meeting.
DPR’s press service informs that at 6:30 Ukrainian militaries launched shells on Snizhne city. As a result, the building was completely destroyed in the center of the city and local tax office’s building. According to preliminary data, 5 civilians shot dead and dozens are injured.
Ukraine’s army units have been besieged in Snizhne-Sverdlovsk-Rovenky region – social network.