President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko claims that the government expects support for his peaceful plan from all the parties to the conflict in Donbas.
The Head of State noted that the peaceful plan has 14 paragraphs and its implementation is currently being prepared.
The key elements of the plan are the closure of the Ukrainian-Russian state border and amendments to the Constitution that will provide for the decentralization of power.
"The plan will begin with my order on unilateral cease-fire," the Head of State said answering the questions of journalists about the peaceful plan.
"I can say that the cease-fire time will be pretty short. We expect that disarmament of military groups and restoration of order will take place right after it," Petro Poroshenko said.
"We expect that hostages and seized premises will be liberated. We expect that a large number of civilians will use the security guarantees for the citizens of Donbas," he stressed.
The President emphasized that the government will offer amnesty to those who didn't commit serious crimes and organize an escape corridor for the disarmed militants willing to leave the territory of Ukraine.
The Head of State also noted that he "delegates major part of his powers in the appointment of RSA and DSA Heads to local communities so that they will be able to elect heads of executive committees carrying out real local power through the mechanisms of local councils". The President will have only controlling, coordinating and supervisory functions through his offices.