Lugansk reminds Ukrainian army of common “Slavic roots” during Easter time


The authorities of the Lugansk People’s Republic have reminded the soldiers of the Ukrainian army of the “Easter” truce. It came into force in the Donbass on March 30.

The official representative of the People’s Militia Andrei Marochko urged the soldiers of Ukraine not to carry out any criminal orders of the command and allow the “Orthodox people to spend the Easter holidays in peace.”

Marochko reminded Ukrainian fighters about common Slavic roots. “We are one people against whom our centuries-old opponents unleashed a despicable war, quashing us against each other,” Marachko said.

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 Marochko confirmed the commitment of the People’s Militia of the People’s Republic to the cease-fire regime, but warned of a decisive response to provocations.
Source Vesti
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