Donetsk, Oct 4 – DAN. A draft law on 'Donbass reintegration' presented today by Ukrainian president Petr Poroshenko in the parliament is at odds with the Minsk Agreements, said DPR envoy to the negotiations Denis Pushilin.

"The draft law presented to Rada by Poroshenko envisaging re-establishment of Ukraine's sovereignty in Donbass not only ignores the Minsk Agreements, but is completely incompatible with them," he said.

Pushilin pointed out that the draft bills have not been harmonized with neither Donetsk, nor Lugansk.

He added that one of the bills proclaims a foreign invasion in Ukraine, though this runs counter the UN Security Council position, solely authorized to define aggression.

Earlier today, the Ukrainian president Petr Poroshenko presented his draft law "On peculiarities of state policy on ensuring state sovereignty of Ukraine over the temporary occupied territories of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions".
The document defines certain areas of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions as 'temporary occupied territories of Ukraine' and sets a state policy goal of establishing sovereignty over them and reconstruction of constitutional order.
The document mentions the Minsk Agreements only once when referring to the "procedures of reconstructing the Ukraine's territorial integrity within the internationally recognized border." *ot