The law of arms officially resumed its course in the southeast of the Ukraine. After ten days of a fragile truce that had nevertheless allowed the launch of diplomatic negotiations between Kiev and the rebels of the Donbass, Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko, decided, Monday evening, put an end to the cease-fire, accusing the separatists of violating it several times. "By their criminal actions, their unique chance to apply the peace plan has not been seized", said the head of State, before prevent: "We will attack." A few hours later, the authorities announced the resumption of ‘anti-terrorist operation’, which materialized by the airstrikes and artillery fire. According to Kiev, the army would have already resumed a border post to the insurgents near Luhansk. Presidential decision even more surprised that the same day, Poroshenko, FranÃ§ois Holland, Angela Merkel and Vladimir Poutine tried a new telephone mediation. Moscow had accepted the arrival of international observers in three border crossings, on the side of Russian, in order to control traffic. Waste: the OSCE, which had already seen two of its teams taken hostage by the rebels, has refused to send new observers to the region. Above all, a meeting of the national Security Council, the Ukrainian general staff confirmed that its daily reports indicated every day on the ground: the violation, one hundred times, of the ceasefire, killing 27 soldiers. Worse, according to military sources, the separatists would have benefited from Truce to reconstitute their forces and renew their equipment. "If this truce was extended, terrorists would have strengthened their military preparation, with the assistance of the Russia that formed still more mercenaries for the handling of missile launchers", accused Dmitri Timtchouk, Director of the political research centre. The presidential decision is keeping pace with a majority of Ukrainian public opinion. It requires more firmness on the part of a president elected with more than 50% of the vote. "These negotiations of Donetsk were grotesque, insofar as criminals and bandits of the Donbass that were represented were merely puppets manipulated by Putin," launches Oxana Melnitchouk, Coordinator of the Ukrainian crisis center. Poroshenko has responded to these criticisms without nevertheless introducing state of emergency that require thousands of volunteers today in battalions of auxiliaries. For their part, Russian support of the Kremlin involved the legitimacy of one of the negotiators of Kiev, namely the former president Leonid Koutchma. Vladimir Poutine immediately accused Poroshenko "to take political responsibility" of the war. Effort to drive a wedge between Brussels and Washington, the Kremlin leader implicitly criticised the United States pushed Kiev to resume the anti-terrorism operation. "In contrast to the Americans, who declare their readiness to hit Moscow portfolio – hypothesis that worries the Russian elite-, the European Union simply spoke, Tuesday, the possibility of extending the"spectrum"of the repre0un new economic sanctions package that would allow a return to negotiations, the extension of the anti-terrorist operation will prove ineffective and will not bring peace in the region", considers Grigory NemyriaChairman of the Committee for European integration in the Verkhovna Rada, the Ukrainian Parliament. So this is the Ukraine and its new president returned to the status quo ante. .