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DONETSK, November 28. /TASS/. All industrial enterprises of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), including in the energy sector, are operating, despite Kiev’s orders, the press service of the DPR cabinet of ministers said on Friday.
“All enterprises, companies and organizations of all industrial sectors, including the energy sector, continue their operation under control of the DPR council of ministers,” the press service said, adding that their work was regulated solely by the DPR laws.
Earlier, Ukraine’s ministry of energy and coal industry issued a decree ordering to stop economic activity of government-run sectoral enterprises, organizations and associations starting from November 28, 2014.