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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Avakov dreamed about the work of the Ukrainian police in the Crimea and the Donbass

The head of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov said about the beginning of the preparation of the work plan of the patrol police on the territory of Crimea and uncontrolled territories of Kiev Donbass.


The corresponding statement was made by Avakov on his page in Facebook. According to him, patrol police will start working in Donetsk, Gorlovka, Lugansk, Simferopol, Sevastopol and Yalta.

“Not yet decided the date of launch, but the deployment and calculations prepare,” – said the Minister.

In turn, the Deputy Minister for the occupied territories of Ukraine Georgy Tuka said earlier that Moscow allegedly hatched a plan for the recognition of the independence of the DNI and LC.

According to him, such a scenario will be implemented in the event of a large-scale offensive of the Ukrainian military in the uncontrolled territories: after the recognition and conclusion of agreements on mutual assistance with the republics samoprovzglashenny alleged Kremlin troops will enter through the Rostov region and to take over the Donbass.

In turn, the Council of national security and defense Ukraine said that Moscow allegedly preparing a military operation to ensure a land corridor to the Crimea.

We note that recently on the results of telephone negotiations of “Norman Quartet” it was reported that the parties discussed the option of introducing in the conflict zone, armed police units of the OSCE. Representatives of Donbass, said that he considers this proposal as an attempt of the intervention.

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