Source Pravda.Ru

Pro-Russian protesters in Lugansk create their own republic

Pro-Russian protesters in Lugansk create their own republic. 52666.jpeg

On April 27, the supporters of Ukraine's federalization in the town of Lugansk, announced the creation of the People's Republic of Lugansk during a rally on Sunday.

The supporters of federalization in Lugansk demand Kiev should amnesty all participants of the protest movement in eastern Ukraine, recognize Russian an official language and hold a referendum on self-determination of Luhansk region.

The participants of the Sunday rally gave the Kiev authorities two days to meet the requirements. Otherwise, the authorities in Kiev will be considered "anti-national and criminal," warned the protesters.

Comments
Serbia forgives USA for 1999 bombings, forgets all victims, holds joint drills with NATO
Serbia forgives USA for 1999 bombings, forgets all victims, holds joint drills with NATO
Serbia forgives USA for 1999 bombings, forgets all victims, holds joint drills with NATO
Putin and Trump to decide the fate of the world in Vietnam
Putin and Trump to decide the fate of the world in Vietnam
Americans force Russia to create weapons even more powerful than S-500
Serbia forgives USA for 1999 bombings, forgets all victims, holds joint drills with NATO
Serbia forgives USA for 1999 bombings, forgets all victims, holds joint drills with NATO
Yemen: 200,000 cholera cases
Yemen: 200,000 cholera cases
DPR Korea: International policy aims to destroy relations
DPR Korea: International policy aims to destroy relations
DPR Korea: International policy aims to destroy relations
Planet Nibiru drives astronomers to a frenzy
USA to spend over trillion dollars to get ready for major war of the future
USA to spend over trillion dollars to get ready for major war of the future
Canada wants Russia to be barred from 2018 Olympics
Japanese PM Abe says North Korean missiles can reach Europe
Kim Jong-un works hard to light up a 'death star' above Earth
Canada wants Russia to be barred from 2018 Olympics
UN passes resolution against Crimea. Now what?