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Wednesday results in the occupied territories of Donbass. The highlights 10/19/2017 10:50:00. Total views 90. Views today — 0.

Media: "The DNR head Alexander Zakharchenko confirmed his intention to participate in the elections of the DNR Head in 2018".

"Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the DNR" Natalia Nikonorova: "Representatives of Ukraine refused to discuss the full entering into force of the law on special status of the Donbass again, referring to the alleged fulfillment of their part of the political conditions".

Media: "Chairman of the People's Council of the DNR Denis Pushilin left the post of head of the Central Executive Committee of "The Donetsk Republic" social movement. Natalia Volkova, the director general of the Donetsk National Academic Musical and Drama Theatre, became the "successor" of Pushilin".

Media: "For the first nine months of this year, the DNR employment centers temporarily employed almost 400 skilled builders who were involved in the restoration of damaged housing and community facilities".

"The DNR Ministry of Culture": "Representatives of the Donetsk Republican Universal Scientific Library named after Krupskaya will visit Ulyanovsk on October 18-19 as part of the interaction between the DNR and Russia. The purpose of the trip is to establish professional contacts and exchange experiences with specialists from the Ulyanovsk Regional Universal Scientific Library named after V.Lenin".

"The LNR Ministry of Sports": "The LNR Ministry of Sports invites residents of the Luhansk region to a boxing tournament in memory of the Young Guard".

Media: "The LNR delegates met with Russian politicians and workers in culture at the festival in Sochi".

"The LNR Prosecutor General's Office": "A resident of Alchevsk was fined $520 for illegal international passenger transportation".

"The DNR Ministry of Youth, Sports and Tourism": "Dvizh" Youth Championship on sports and pickup games will be held in Khartsyzsk on October 27. This is the first competition of this kind in the history of the republic".