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Russia ordered leaders of the "DPR/LPR" to negotiate with Ukraine in the way in the Russian Federation is closed for "republics" – Taruta 09/13/2016 14:19:47. Total views 683. Views today — 0.

The Russian Federation has several good reasons to end the war in the east of Ukraine. It was stated by MP, ex-governor of Donetsk region Sergey Taruta in Newsone program.

According to Taruta, the first reason is the financial component.

"every month Russia allocates about $ 150 million to Donbass to stabilize the situation, that is, so that there is no hunger. It is a fairly large amount of money for the Russian Federation," - he said.

"We know that today (in Russia - ed) the situation is quite complicated. Russia will have to pay loans in the first quarter of 2017. The Russian Federation will have to declare a default that will affect the image before the elections or to negotiate with creditors," - added Taruta.

According to him, Russia made it clear to leaders of the "DPR/LPR" Zakharchenko and Plotnitsky that it was not going to take that territory and, therefore, gave instructions to establish relations with Ukraine.The Russian Federation has several good reasons to end the war in the east of Ukraine. It was stated by MP, ex-governor of Donetsk region Sergey Taruta in Newsone programme.

According to Taruta, the first reason is the financial component.

"every month Russia allocates about $ 150 million to Donbass to stabilize the situation, that is, so that there is no hunger. It is a fairly large amount of money for the Russian Federation," - he said.

"We know that today (in Russia - ed) the situation is quite complicated. Russia will have to pay loans in the first quarter of 2017. The Russian Federation will have to declare a default that will affect the image before the elections or to negotiate with creditors," - added Taruta.

According to him, Russia made it clear to leaders of the "DPR/LPR" Zakharchenko and Plotnitsky that it was not going to take that territory and, therefore, gave instructions to establish relations with Ukraine.