Poroshenko approves borders of occupied areas in Donbas
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has approved the borders and the list of temporarily occupied settlements and districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
These data are provided in the text of Decree No. 32/2019 of February 7, 2019, the president's press service reported.
The bulk of the document consists of the coordinates of the borders of the temporarily occupied territories, which are determined by the actual line of demarcation in the zone of hostilities in the east, as well as the list of settlements. It was approved by head of the Presidential Administration, Ihor Rainin.
In Donetsk region, the zone includes Donetsk and major towns such as Horlivka, Debaltseve, Dokuchaevsk, Yenakiyeve, Makiyivka, Snizhne, Khartsyzsk, Shakhtarsk, and other, smaller settlements.
In Luhansk region's list, the decree includes the cities of Luhansk, Alchevsk, Antratsyt, Bryanka, Dovzhansk, Pervomaysk, Rovenky, Sorokyne, Kryshtaleviy, and others.
The districts that are partially or fully occupied are the following:: Amvrosiyivskiy, Bakhmutivskiy, Boykivskiy, Volnovaskiy, Marianskiy, Novoazovskiy, Starobeshevskiy, Shakhtarskiy, and Yasinuvatskiy in Donetsk region, as well as Antratsytivskiy, Dolzhanskiy, Lutuhinskiy, Novoyadyrskiy, Perevalskiy, Popasnianskiy, Slavyanoserbskiy, Sorokynskiy and Stanychno-Luhanskiy in Luhansk region.
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