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LUGANSK, September 27. /TASS/. The information agency of the self-proclaimed Lugansk Peoples’ Republic (LPR), the Lugansk Information Center, has launched an English language version of its website (en.lug-info.com), the center’s chief editor Sergey Meshkovoy announced.
"I hope the English version of the agency’s website will allow people overseas to understand what is going on in Donbass that it is still struggling for its freedom," he said.
According to the Lugansk Information Center’s chief editor, foreign experts and the international trade union movement members who came to the LPR to monitor the primaries, have more than once said that "the Western media either distorts the information about the events in Donbass or just remains silent about the situation in the region." "So a decision was made to contribute to breaking out of the information blockade and introduce an English version of the agency’s website," Meshkovoy stated.
The Lugansk Information Center was established in December 2014 based on a directive from LPR head Igor Plotnitsky.