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Saturday, February 25, 2017

Lavrov: there is evidence of training for Kiev of sabotage in the Crimea


The Russian authorities have irrefutable evidence of the involvement of Ukrainian intelligence in the preparation of acts of sabotage on the territory of Crimea. On Monday said the Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. He stressed that Moscow has no plans to sever diplomatic relations with Kiev.


photo: Gennady Cherkasov

A diversion was prepared by the Main intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian defense Ministry and pursued his goal of destabilizing the situation on the Peninsula, said the Minister during a press conference in Yekaterinburg.

Lavrov stressed that Russia is ready to provide relevant evidence Western partners.

“We are open to provide additional facts beyond those which were presented to the public, our Western partners who are actually interested in the fact that such things did not happen”, – quotes its “Interfax”.

Last week it became known that in the Crimea, defeated Ukrainian saboteurs who were planning to carry out attacks in the country. In battle with them killed the Russian soldier. Also had an attempt of Ukrainian military to break into the territory of the Peninsula, causing a mortal wound received another Russian strongman.

Then in a press there were data that in response to Moscow’s aggression may break off diplomatic relations with Ukraine. Today, however, Sergey Lavrov said that the Kremlin has no such plans.

Read the article “MK”: “the media learned versions of the Russian response to the attempted terrorist attacks in Crimea

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