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Statements of Kiev on troops of the Russian Federation in Ukraine are made to justify failures


Statements of Kiev on the presence of Russian troops and armaments in Ukraine does not correspond to reality and are made to justify their failures, said at the extraordinary meeting of the Security Council of the global organization of the 1st Deputy permanent envoy of the Russian Federation to the UN Alexander Pankin.

" Apparently, the fear of the forces of the militia so great in Kiev that to justify their failures and massive send " in front " of people and technology, he again began to wail loudly about as if imported Russian weapons and " regular army, " said Pankin.

according to him, " logical recorded by the observers of the OSCE to strengthen the positions of militias in areas that are continuously exposed to attacks from security forces."


numerous anti-government protests were started in the South-Eastern regions of Ukraine at the end of February 2014. They were the response of local residents to violent change of power in the country and the subsequent attempt to cancel the Verkhovna Rada of the law granting Russian the status of regional language.









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Statements of Kiev on troops of the Russian Federation in Ukraine are made to justify failures
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