The Ukrainian side in the Minsk talks said, Censor.NET reports. Their conditions are as follows:
"1. Securing a "DPR" quota in the parliament of Ukraine under Ukraine's Constitution;
2. Granting the right to coordinate all adopted laws as well as the right to veto decisions in foreign policy;
3. Full amnesty of all those involved in the conflict, including the release of "DPR" POWs and subversive agents detained in Odesa, Kharkiv, Kyiv, and other cities;
4. Providing broad economic (the right to trade with Russia), political (the right to elect its own parliament, government, and president), and cultural autonomy (protection of the Russian language) of the Donbas region;
5. Granting the right to form their own police, security services, judiciary, prosecution, border guard service, and other agencies without an approval by the Kyiv authorities."
As reported, the Ukrainian side has so far rejected all the claims with negotiations being underway.