The bill on the reintegration of Donbass is 99.9% ready for submission and registration in the Parliament.

The President’s representative in the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Lutsenko said that Ukraine has held consultations with the countries “Norman Quartet” and the United States of America concerning the draft law on the reintegration of Donbass, which is 99% ready for submission to the Ukrainian Parliament, reports “5 channel”.

“Completed the law for the reintegration of Donbass, that is, the law on the state policy of Ukraine and state policies on return and reconstruction of Donbass”, – said Lutsenko.

However, she said that “this project, in fact, 99.9% complete, considered.”


  • In the Parliament revealed the reasons for delay with the recognition of the occupation of Donbass

“Even held consultations with our partners in the “channel format”. Consultations about the law were involved and the United States of America, experts and specialists. And I can say that he is 99.9% ready for submission and registration in the Parliament”, – said Lutsenko.

However, she did not elaborate, was brought to the consultations by all countries “channel four”, which in addition to Ukraine, Germany and France also includes Russia.

Also the representative of the President of BP said that the bill had been worked out with the participation of experts, working group composed of representatives of the parliamentary coalition, experts from the presidential Administration, lawyers, representatives of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine and the Ministry of justice.


  • To recognize the occupied: the published text of the draft law on the reintegration of Donbass

“It (the bill – ed.) is complete. Here introduced a very serious novel, which will hear the Parliament. And I think that certain points of this law are also in the President’s message to the Verkhovna Rada”, – said Lutsenko.

Recall, July 10Secretary of the NSDC Oleksandr Turchynov said that the bill on the reintegration of Donbass will be introduced in Parliament in the autumn, following consultations with international partners.