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Thursday, December 14, 2017

The Federation Council called for the purpose of Poroshenko in the refusal of Russian peacekeepers to destroy the Donbass

First Deputy head of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir Jabbarov on Tuesday, September 26, responded to the statement of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, who called the participation of Russia in placing a peacekeeping contingent of the United Nations in the area of armed conflict in the Donbass was “absolutely impossible.” According to the Russian Senator, the true purpose of the Square head is to surround and take in blockade ring the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk people’s Republic to achieve the complete destruction of the militia DND and LNR, reports iz.ru.

“The goal of Poroshenko is one — to isolate Russia, to take in the siege ring the LC and the DNI, and then the defense battalions, the nationalists, they will just begin to destroy the militia DND and LNR. The conditions of Ukraine is not good for us, as our conditions are no match for the Ukrainians. We understand the negotiating table,” said Senator upper chamber of the Russian Parliament.

Jabbarov also stressed that Russia has never been a party to domestic conflict, and was and remains a mediator in the negotiations between the Ukrainian authorities and the leadership of the DNI and LC. He added that the placement of UN peacekeepers on the border of Ukraine with Russia is completely unnecessary, because “there is no fire and do not fight.”


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