The Head of the DPR Predicted the Creation of a New Union Led by Russia

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


In an exclusive interview with “Vesti Crimea” program the head of the Donetsk People’s Republic Denis Pushilin spoke about the political goals of the DPR in the near future and predicted that the countries of the former USSR will unite around Russia again.

“Our political aims are absolutely clear. This is the integration of Donbass with Russia. We see this as a long-term thing, it will improve the welfare of our citizens, it will enable reunification, which for us has been absolutely clear since the 90’s. Back then the Soviet Union collapsed – the country that we could be proud of and deserved to be proud – collapsed.”

Denis Pushilin said that the Donetsk and Lugansk Republics will try to obtain recognition in the borders of the former Donetsk and Lugansk regions. I.e., the cities of Slavyansk, Mariupol, Lysychansk, Severodonetsk, and many others must become a part of the People’s Republics. But this issue must resolved not in a military way, but by the political transformation of today’s Ukraine, which over time will return to the habitual civilised way of development that is favorable to the residents of Ukraine.

“We will arrive at the fact that Russia and Ukraine (or the new state that will appear in the place of today’s Ukraine) will be together. Donbass does not oppose itself to the residents of Ukraine, we fight the authorities that are now in Kiev now and came to power in an absolutely illegal way as a result of a coup”.

Denis Pushilin expressed confidence that it is favorable to the countries of Eurasia to be together, to integrate economic and political structures, and their military potential. The head of the DPR is convinced that such new and effective unification can take place in the near future, and Russia will become the center of Eurasian integration.

“This is possible even during our life time. The reunification of Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus. We should at least aspire to this. After, of course, it will be Kazakhstan and other countries of Asia, of the post-Soviet space. Unification will happen regardless”.

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