"LPR" leader said to be terminally ill, Kremlin looking for replacement – Ukrainian blogger Doctors give Pasechnik three to six months to live.
10:36, 01 March 2019
Ex-"LPR" leader Plotnitsky spotted in Moscow (Photo) Plotnitsky fled the occupied area in Luhansk region for Russia.
11:51, 10 September 2018
Ex-"LPR" leader Plotnitsky enjoying "quiet life" outside Moscow – Ukrainian source Plotnitsky is residing in his own comfortable mansion in an elite gated community.
16:27, 28 March 2018
Ex-"LPR" leader Plotnitsky "locked up" in Moscow – media Sources claim the warlord is facing no threat of liquidation at the moment.
11:40, 05 March 2018
New "LPR" leader says he won't block POW swaps with Ukraine <p>Leonid Pasechnik, who has recently been appointed by the so-called "People's Council" of the self-proclaimed "Luhansk People's Republic" ("LPR") as acting head from November 25, says his "republic" will abide by the Minsk agreements and will not block swaps of prisoners of war (POW) with Ukraine, according to the Ukrainian news outlet Ukrainska Pravda.</p>
15:40, 26 November 2017
"LPR" self-styled leader Plotnitsky steps down <p>Igor Plotnitsky, the self-styled leader of the Russian puppet "Luhansk People’s Republic" has resigned citing health reasons, as reported by one of the pro-militant information resources.</p>
19:30, 24 November 2017
Plotnitsky's escape leads to speculation about "LPR"-"DPR" merger – NGO The escape of self-proclaimed leader of the terrorist group "Luhansk People's Republic" ("LPR") Igor Plotnitsky to the Russian Federation as a result of a feud with former "Interior Minister" Igor Kornet has caused panic among the leadership of the "administrative bodies" of this pseudo-formation, according to Information Resistance, a Ukrainian non-governmental project on information security.
12:47, 24 November 2017
"LPR" leader Plotnitsky reportedly flees to Russia – media <p>A motorcade with self-proclaimed leader of the terrorist group "Luhansk People's Republic" ("LPR") Igor Plotnitsky, head of his "administration" Irina Teizman, head of the State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company of the "LPR" Anastasia Shurkaeva and some other individuals have left the occupied city of Luhansk reportedly heading for Russia, according to the Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta.</p>
13:02, 23 November 2017
Attempted coup in "LPR:" Security outside Plotnitsky's "White House" stepped up <p>Militants of the so-called "Luhansk People's Republic" ("LPR") in Ukraine's east have withdrawn the cordons in several districts in the center of the Russian-occupied city of Luhansk, but simultaneously stepped up security outside the building of the so-called "White House," the former Luhansk Regional State Administration, where leader of local terrorists Igor Plotnitsky has barricaded himself, according to the news portal LIGA.net.</p>
10:32, 23 November 2017
Zakharchenko asked to unite DPR, LPR into "Novorossiya", take lead <p>A video has been uploaded on social networks showing one of the militant commanders in the so-called “Luhansk People’s Republic” appealing to the self-proclaimed “leader” of the neighboring “Donetsk People’s Republic” (DPR) terrorist organization, Alexander Zakharchenko, to "revive ‘Novorossiya’."</p>
19:10, 22 November 2017
Coup in "LPR": 200 armed men storm Luhansk "PGO's" building – social media <p>Social media users report that 200 armed militants have stormed the building of the so-called "Prosecutor General's Office" ("PGO") in the center of the Russian-occupied city of Luhansk, according to the Drugoi Lugansk local news portal.</p>
14:36, 22 November 2017
Plotnitsky did not leave "LPR" – Russian media <p>Self-proclaimed leader of the terrorist group "Luhansk People's Republic" ("LPR") Igor Plotnitsky did not leave the Russian-occupied city of Luhansk and held a "government" meeting on Wednesday morning, November 22, according to the Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta.</p>
12:16, 22 November 2017
Coup in "LPR": militant chief Plotnitsky flees to Russia <p>Spokesman for Ukraine’s Ministry of Internal Affairs, Artem Shevchenko, reported that the self-proclaimed leader of the terrorist group “Luhansk People’s Republic” (LPR), Igor Plotnitsky, fled from the occupied Luhansk to Russia.</p>
00:10, 22 November 2017