The topic of resignation of the assistant to the President of the Russian Federation, Vyacheslav Surkov, who is the curator of Ukraine's uncontrolled territories of Donbass and local terrorist organizations "DPR" and "LPR", continues to emerge in the information space. A number of Telegram channels, including "@Леґітимний", "Insider" reported from the "close to the Kremlin" circles, that the resignation of Surkov still lies in Putin’s cabinet. At the same time, the order on appointment of Mikhail Babich, instead of him, is signed and waits for the publication. As we know, Surkov acted as a supporter of the idea of freezing the conflict in the Donbass, the preservation of low-intensity conflict, pointing out that Ukraine is losing the chances to join the EU and NATO. But there is another point: the continuation of the war in the Donbas means the preservation of the sanctions regime against Russia, which hurts its economy.
The Kremlin needs an urgent solution to the Ukrainian issue by bringing as many pro-Russian or conditionally pro-Russian forces into the walls of Parliament as possible, which would launch the process of federalization of Ukraine, and thus completely undermine its sovereignty. What is happening now in the Donbass, may indicate that the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) forces are working to maximize the distance of the region from Ukraine, and if not to include it in the Russian Federation immediately, then at least fill persons with Russian passports. Tellingly, if "passportized" Donbass returns to Ukraine, then in order to settle the problem with Russian passports through the Parliament, it will be necessary to hold a law on dual citizenship, which can finally disintegrate the country. Surkov, apparently, wants to run the tide and to beat his opponents.
According to the same above-mentioned Russian telegram channels, recently Surkov tried to bargain with Putin a "trial period", and offered him very interesting ideas on Ukraine in the form of a "new strategy". And elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine should become one of the most important bases in this strategy. It turns out that Surkov wants to convince Putin that before the end of summer in Ukraine there will be a Parliament quite acceptable for Moscow. This means that not only the issue of the status of Donbass in a favorable way for the Kremlin, but the whole issue will be resolved. The country will be splited by the issue of dual citizenship and federalization. In general, the line of the Russian-Ukrainian front from Donbass will move to Kyiv...
In turn, back in March, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Pavlo Klimkin by his "cursory" remark during an interview at the award ceremony Women in Arts outraged the discussion about the privileges for the Ukrainians of the diaspora. "I believe that we should just prescribe the criteria. Of course, we have to go this way. We are losing thousands and thousands of Ukrainians who could work here, not only in state bodies or some bureaucracy, or business, but also to create a modern Ukrainian culture," the Minister answered the journalist's question. "Once said: there are workers, there is a diaspora and there is Ukraine. And I say that there is Ukrainstvo," Klimkin added.
But the Deputy Minister for Temporary Occupied Territories, George Tuck on the air of one of the TV channels said about his doubts about the appropriateness and timeliness of such a proposal: "...I do not mind, but I have many questions to which I have not yet received a single answer. If, for example, martial law is declared on the territory of our state, how this person will behave - as a citizen of Ukraine or as a citizen of another country." And again: if a certain number of our citizens will receive a second citizenship of the Russian Federation, the aggressor will easily use the thesis of "protection of citizens of Russia." "We have unfortunate cases when people avoided criminal liability for their actions, using the citizenship of other countries. When they openly fled the country, and we do not have the opportunity now to bring them to justice, because in the country of which this person is a citizen, there is no extradition of their own criminals," Tuck added.
Instead, the idea was supported by a government representative in the Verkhovna Rada, People's Deputy, Vadym Denysenko. The issue of the introduction of dual citizenship for representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora should go through a stage of discussion in a few months, while recognizing that "the issue is being discussed" and "...it is very right that we started talking about it" he said. 
Now dual citizenship for Ukraine is a huge challenge, because the economic, psychological, political situation are so tense that there is a mass migration of able-bodied, "intelligent" population. This was stated by the Director of the Institute of Civic Education of NaUKMA, Lyudmila Zubritskaya in the program "Comments" on the channel ZIK. "We need to create an atmosphere in the country in which a person, even having an alternative, will still choose Ukraine. Today, dual citizenship is a challenge for us. Because the economic, psychological, political situation is so tense that there is a mass migration," the expert says. Ukraine is losing an important resource — people, convinced the Director of the Institute of Civic Education of NaUKMA. " There is a massive outflow of labor in Ukraine. Many people go abroad to study and stay there. The state loses the most important resource — people. Here citizens are uncomfortable, therefore, they choose a different passport," the expert said. When the economic situation will change, then the issue of dual citizenship will not be a problem for Ukraine, Lyudmila Zubritskaya believes. "This should be agreed by law.. It is necessary to clearly understand under what conditions a person can lose citizenship of Ukraine through two passports," the expert says.
But political analyst, Andrey Vigirinsky insists that migration, especially labour, is a completely normal process. "Polish citizens go to Germany or France, Ukrainians go to Poland. The question arises: what living conditions creates Ukraine in order foreigners emigrated here? We do not see these processes," the expert says. Andrey Vigirinsky emphasizes that citizenship is not just a passport."You strive for standards when you want to acquire citizenship of another country. Perhaps you want protection, safety, better quality of life," the expert adds.
Meanwhile, EU leaders at the summit on June 20-21 plan to make a decision in which they will declare the non-recognition of passports that Russia illegally issues to citizens of Ukraine. As reported by "European truth", Brussels correspondent of Radio "Freedom", Rikard Jozwiak has become aware of this. According to him, the draft decision on the results of the summit will be a lot of references to Russia, the journalist said in his Twitter. In particular, the heads of government and EU states call on Moscow to release 24 Ukrainian sailors held in Russia, captured at the Kerch Strait. As we know, on May 25, the UN Tribunal in Hamburg ordered Russia to immediately release Ukrainian sailors and allow them to return to Ukraine. Also, the EU leaders will declare the non-recognition of illegally issued Russian passports for Ukrainians and will call for the resumption of negotiation efforts to implement the Minsk agreements. Earlier it was reported that at the summit, the leaders will also decide to extend economic sanctions against Russia for another six months.
Consequently, the need for dual citizenship is beginning to be discussed by several Ukrainian media and experts who promote its legalization. In the public opinion of Ukrainians imposed that dual citizenship is a global, civilized process and it is normal. In fact, imposing dual citizenship in Ukraine is nothing but a method of the Russian hybrid war, which aims to disintegrate Ukraine as a state. Due to the presence of a double passport, a person must serve the country of citizenship of which he/she has, and therefore serve in its army. Through this, Russia recruits our citizens in its armed forces, who are fighting against Ukraine now legally, as citizens of Russia, which once again testifies to the fact that Russia is a belligerent in this war with Ukraine.