"DPR" leader urgently summoned to Moscow – media
"Head" of the so-called "Donetsk People's Republic" ("DPR") Denis Pushilin has been urgently summoned to Moscow.
"Denis Pushilin is currently in Moscow. If [former Russian ambassador to Belarus Mikhail] Babich was in the 'LPR/DPR,' the current leader of one of the Donbas republics would hardly have allowed himself to leave just like that. Most likely Pushilin has been invited to consult on the latest developments in the Kremlin. However, the details of these consultations are still unknown," as reported by the WarGonzo Telegram channel.
It is reported Pushilin has been summoned over pending "serious changes related to the possible appointment of Babich as a supervisor in that area."
Earlier, a number of media outlets reported current supervisor of terrorist organizations in Donbas Vladislav Surkov would be replaced by former Russian ambassador to Belarus Mikhail Babich.