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Monday, February 19, 2018

Klintsevich said he was afraid of Russian bombs General of Ukraine as to look smarter

Russian Senator Franz Klintsevich ridiculed urged to caution the Ukrainian Lieutenant General Ihor Romanenko, who offered to check for hidden explosives military equipment in the event of her return from the now Russian Crimea.

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The first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security, reminded that sometimes it’s better to be silent than to speak, to pass for intelligent.

“As current and former leaders of Kiev, it has no sense to check availability in their heads “concealed explosive devices” – they have long been worked,” wrote the Senator in Facebook.

Recall the remark former Deputy chief of armed forces General staff (2006-2010) Romanenko attitude to the idea expressed by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader proposed to give Ukraine remaining in the Crimea of Ukrainian military equipment – ships, armored vehicles, aircraft. He noted that the Russian side is not served.

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Putin’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov then described the initiative of the head of state as a gesture of goodwill.

Candidate of military Sciences and a PhD in engineering, Romanenko meanwhile, remembered the experience of the Second world war, when the Germans and Italians allegedly making subversive device in the housing, then to blow up. Anyway first, the experts must determine whether or not to take military equipment from the Crimea, reasonably said Lieutenant-General.


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