Groysman added that Kiev will not make up special rules for Donbas and local elections will be held on the territory of entire state.
"As for the local elections, which are expected to take place this fall, these elections will be held in the entire state [Ukraine], including in Donbas. They have to pass under the new legislation on the basis of constitutional reform, which should be completed by October this year," he wrote on his Facebook webpage.
"We will not make any separate rules for Donetsk and Luhansk," Groysman added.
He also stressed that federalization of Ukraine or any other autonomy for Ukrainian regions is not the issue.
One of the deal's provisions says that Kiev authorities would work on the decentralization of power, which may lead to more liberal arrangements for the eastern Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk.
However, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said Friday that "any further discussions in regard to a special regime for Donbas would be accomplished within the legislation that has already been approved by the Verkhovna Rada."
A law granting "special status" and broader autonomy to parts of the breakaway regions was introduced by Kiev last fall but was abolished shortly afterward.
Minsk agreements reached on February 12 stipulate a ceasefire between the warring sides, which is expected to come into force at midnight local time on February 15 (February 14, 10:00 p.m. GMT), the creation of a buffer zone through the withdrawal of heavy weaponry from the region and all-for-all prisoner swap.