Defense Ministry to form four divisions in 2017, including one to protect KurilsMilitary & Defense February 22, 13:42
SpaceX waves off space station cargo deliveryScience & Space February 22, 13:37
Over 80% of Russia’s missile units rearmed with Iskander tactical systemsMilitary & Defense February 22, 13:35
Kremlin disagrees with latest Amnesty International reportRussian Politics & Diplomacy February 22, 13:21
Funeral ceremony for Vitaly Churkin scheduled for February 24 in MoscowRussian Politics & Diplomacy February 22, 13:18
Kremlin denies commissioning dossier on Trump’s psychological makeupRussian Politics & Diplomacy February 22, 13:15
Amnesty International reports warring sides in eastern Ukraine ‘enjoying impunity’World February 22, 13:03
Press review: Jailed pilot mother's plea to Trump and Russia's plan for de-offshorizationPress Review February 22, 13:00
Kremlin respects Supreme Court’s ruling on opposition activist DadinRussian Politics & Diplomacy February 22, 12:57
MOSCOW, April 19. /TASS/. The defence ministry of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) said on Sunday it hopes a new observation point Ukraine’s representatives at the Joint Center for Control and Coordination (JCCC) plan to place near the settlement of Peski will help Kiev have better control over its army units.
"We hope this observation point will help the Ukrainian army command have an unbiased view of the situation in this area and expose provocations from the part of Ukrainian units in due time," the Donetsk News Agency quoted a DPR defence ministry spokesman as saying.
He said that numerous provocations from Ukrainian troops proved that Ukrainian units deployed at the frontline were not obeying the Ukrainian military command.
Earlier on Sunday, a spokesman for the headquarters of the Kiev force operation said the Ukrainian side was to place an additional observation point near Peski to ensure "more efficient monitoring of the ceasefire regime.".