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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

The commander of the Ukrainian Navy have foretold the return of the Crimea in the next year


Commander of the naval forces of Ukraine Igor Voronchenko said that Crimea will return under the jurisdiction of Kyiv as early as 2017. It will happen, according to the Admiral, after “shattered equilibrium” of Russia, which he does not doubt.


photo: president.gov.ua

Voronchenko in the center of the frame

“When the fragile balance of the Russian Federation will be shaken. And it will soon be shattered,” – said Voronchenko in an interview with “New time”.

The Admiral complained that, after joining of Crimea to Russia on the Peninsula were two-thirds of the Ukrainian Navy.

Earlier, the speaker of the General staff of the Armed forces of Ukraine Vladislav Seleznev said that in the spring of 2014 Voronchenko has prepared a plan for the suppression of the Crimean militia with tanks, however, Kiev refused to start a conflict.

As a result, Voronenko was taken prisoner for three days, and after his release, he returned to Ukraine. In July of this year the country’s President Petro Poroshenko has awarded him the rank of Vice Admiral and appointed commander of the Ukrainian Navy.

Today it became known that the Crimean authorities have threatened to sue Kiev over the 20 years of plunder” of the Peninsula during his stay in the Ukraine. In turn, the Ukrainian authorities had promised to file a lawsuit against Russia for the “appropriation” around Crimea waters.

The Return Of The Crimea. Chronicle of events
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