October 5, 2015 –
Aleksandr Chalenko, PolitNavigator –
Translated for Fort Russ by J. Arnoldski
“International recognition of the DPR and LPR has taken place: documents”
After Ukraine recently announced the list of persona non grata in Ukraine, anyone who read the list suddenly discovered that official Kiev recognizes the existence of the Donetsk and Lugansk people’s republics.
Contrary to the familiar Ukrainian swear words like “separatists” and “terrorists,” such people as Alexander Zakharchenko, Igor Plotnitsky, Alexander Kofman, Vladimir Kononov, and others were mentioned with the names of their current posts. For example, “Head of the LPR,” or “Minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPR.”
Official letters from respectable, known, and international organizations aimed at addressing the official structures of the DPR and LPR found have found themselves in my possession. It is immediately evident that, firstly, these organizations recognize the people’s republics, as they use exactly these names and not “Donetsk province” or “Lugansk province,” and, secondly, they refer to the officials of the republics using their complete titles.
Unfortunately, due to the fact that internet publications can’t be so large due to the perceptions of the reading public of big texts published online, I limited myself to publishing only a small number of the documents. Besides, I refused from publishing the official documents of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, which recognize the first’s, and actually the second’s, statehood.
And so, this is the official letter of the OSCE mission to the head of the LPR, Igor Plotnitsky:
And this is a request addressed to the Minister of Agricultural Industry of the LPR, Ruslan Viktorovich Sorokovenko:
Here is a letter from the Red Cross, in which Alexander Kofman is named Minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPR, and a little below is a request for clarification on how to register a Donetsk regional branch of the Ukrainian Red Cross on the territory of the DPR:
Here is a Czech humanitarian organization “Person in need,” that exists due to cash infusions form America, which doesn’t recognize DPR and LPR. The sponsors don’t recognize them, but the Czechs do:
“Doctors without Borders,” in the name of which the current Ukrainian propagandist Savik Shuster went to Afghanistan in the ’80’s to howl about the USSR, recognize the LPR.
This is a letter from the Patriotic Front of Greece:
The Danish Refugee Council wrote to the Minister of Health of the DPR:
The Swiss addressed this message to the head of the LPR, Igor Plotnitsky:
The Norwegian Refugee Council also referred to the “territory of the LPR” in its letter to Plotnitsky:
This is a letter which Plotnitsky received from the international organization, “Save the Children”:
A famous Kiev Maidanite, Nina Potarskaya, toghether with journalist Irma Krat, once organized a “Women’s Hundred” at the time of the Second Maidan. She hates Russia, DPR, and LPR and such vatniki and colorados like me. But she recognizes the existence of the DPR and the fact that Alexander Kofman is the foreign minister in this state: