Denis Pushilin comments on Kiev’s proposal to resume railway service with Mariupol and Konstantinovka

The proposal of the Ukrainian side for the restoration of railway service with Mariupol and Konstantinovka looks strange against the background of ongoing shelling of civilians, and is unlikely that it should be treated with great optimism, said the Chairman of People’s Council of the DPR Denis Pushilin in an interview with Life.

“This proposal is distracting from the overall context of other bad news: attacks of our cities, the death of civilians, avoiding political decisions and in some cases even sabotage in a subgroup of political issues in Minsk,” the plenipotentiary representative of the DPR in the trilateral contact group emphasized.

According to Denis Pushilin, Ukraine can use the changes in railway services to their advantage, so in this regard it is necessary to be very careful. He also did not rule out that the proposal could be a private uncoordinated initiative, and this question should be discussed in Minsk from a position of the DPR citizens’ safety priority.

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