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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The Prosecutor General of Ukraine: explosions Arsenal staged Russia, seeking to destroy the military infrastructure

The General Prosecutor of Ukraine Yury Lutsenko accused Russia of involvement in the explosions at a military depot in Vinnytsia region and other similar incidents. In his opinion, this is a planned sabotage, whose purpose is the destruction of Ukrainian military infrastructure.

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Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko saw “some signs of sabotage” in the investigation into the recent explosions at a military depot in Vinnytsia region and other similar cases. The sabotage, according to Lutsenko, Russia, which seeks to destroy the military infrastructure of Ukraine.

Version of Russian interference in the investigation of explosions at the arsenals considered a consequence as a priority. This was the Ukrainian Prosecutor General said the TV channel “inter”.

“We tend to think that all the recent bombings are part of the military actions of the Russian Federation. We see some signs of sabotage,” – said Lutsenko.

On March 23 that Russia had organized the explosion at the ammunition depot in Balakleya in Kharkiv region, convinced viewers of the attorney General. The investigation supposedly found that the warehouse had flown from Russia drone was dropped thermobaric warheads.

“By explosions in Balakleya we set flight across the Russian-Ukrainian border unmanned aircraft, which dropped thermobaric warheads that caused the explosion. Thus, it is a diversion of the Russian Federation, which destroys our military infrastructure,” – said Yuri Lutsenko.


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