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The White House rejects the idea of ​​holding a referendum in southeastern Ukraine

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The White House rejects the idea of ​​holding a referendum in southeastern Ukraine Empty The White House rejects the idea of ​​holding a referendum in southeastern Ukraine

Post by rocky Sat 21 Jul 2018, 2:17 am

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The White House rejects the idea of ​​holding a referendum in southeastern Ukraine
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House is "not considering" the possibility of holding a referendum in the southeastern province of Donbass to settle the conflict since 2014, a US official said.
US National Security Council representative Garrett Markis told Novosti that the Minsk agreement, which Washington sees as part of the settlement process in Donbass, leaves no room for any referendum, and also doubts the legitimacy of a possible referendum.
Earlier, the Bloomberg agency claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin had proposed to his US counterpart, Donald Trump, a referendum in Donbass to enable the people of the two independent republics of Donetsk and Lugansk to decide their fate.
The Kremlin refused to comment on the information, while Ukrainian officials described the idea as a "preva to dismantle Ukraine" and considered it unconstitutional. Ukrainian law stipulates that state borders can only be changed through a national referendum covering all the country's territory.
Donetsk and Lugansk held the referendum on May 11, 2014, in which the vast majority of the population opted for independence from Kiev, which came to power in the wake of a coup in February of the same year.
Kiev accuses Moscow of meddling in the affairs of Ukraine and supporting the "separatists of Donbass" militarily, but Russia rejects these accusations, and stresses that the solution to the conflict only through dialogue between Kiev and the volatile regions and reform of the Ukrainian state system.

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The White House rejects the idea of ​​holding a referendum in southeastern Ukraine Empty The White House denies Trump's support for a referendum on the secession of eastern Ukraine

Post by rocky Sat 21 Jul 2018, 2:40 am

The White House denies Trump's support for a referendum on the secession of eastern Ukraine


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A White House official denied reports about US President Donald Trump's support for a referendum on the secession of eastern Ukraine.

"Any attempt to hold such a referendum would be illegal," National Security Council spokesman Graz Marquez was quoted as saying by the Associated Press on Saturday.

"The agreements between Russia and the Ukrainian government on resolving the dispute do not include any such option," Marquez added.

Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov told reporters on Friday that Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin discussed during their summit in Helsinki last week the possibility of holding a referendum in the eastern region of Ukraine, the source said.

"If the cease-fire agreement fails in eastern Ukraine, other options will be considered," Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in remarks quoted by the Interfax news agency.

Tension between Moscow and Kiev began, against the backdrop of Russian intervention in Ukraine after the overthrow of the regime of former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych (close to Moscow), late 2013.

The situation worsened following Moscow's support for loyal separatists in Donetsk (eastern Ukraine), the Crimean peninsula (south) and later annexation of the Crimea to its territory following a unilateral referendum on March 16, 2014.

In September 2014, Kiev and representatives of the separatists, under the auspices of Russia and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), signed an agreement in the Belarus capital named Minsk, before it was developed into the Minsk II agreement signed in February 2015, Fire east of Ukraine and establish a buffer zone, pulling heavy weapons





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