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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Media: Ukraine pulls troops to the border with the Crimea

The sources of RIA “news” among the Crimean law enforcers reported on the escalating military group of Ukraine on the border with the Peninsula.

According to them, now near Armyansk and Chongar isthmus formed a defensive line, which has arisen literally over the past few days.

In particular, the mention of “dozens of tanks dug into the ground”, the increase in the number of armored vehicles and military units, also says about “building line fire support.

Note that official confirmation of the information, the press service of the black sea fleet refused to comment on these data.

Also no mention of such consolidation of forces and Ukrainian sources.

We will remind that today at a press conference liberated from Russia, the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Hope Savchenko, speaking about the Crimean question, said that still feels the possibility of a third world war. In this case, in her opinion, Crimea will return to Ukraine. However, it will happen, according to Savchenko, and in the peaceful development of events, although perhaps not in the lifetime of the present generation.

According to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, which were mentioned in the film “the Crimea. The way Home”, during the acute phase of the conflict around the Crimea Russia was ready to use nuclear weapons, because Crimea is “our historical territory, there live Russian people, they were in danger, we can’t abandon them”.

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