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January 14 – One Ukrainian military was killed and 17 injured in the ATO area in the last 24 hours, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko. The terrorists fired at ATO positions 85 times. Donetsk airport and towns around it remain the epicenter of most confrontations.
January 14 – On January 13th, the militants have used 220mm heavy flamethrower system TOS-1 “Buratino” for the first time since the armed conflict began. “Buratino” opened fire at the outskirts of Vesele village. “Buratino” systems have been transported from Russia. These weapons are prohibited by the international community. Russia ignores all the prohibitions.
January 14 – OSCE: There has been an agreement to cease fire close to Donetsk airport and arrange joint patrols – Deputy Head of OSCE’s special monitoring mission in Ukraine Oleksandr Huh.
January 14 – Russia is rebuilding a former Soviet military base located 50 km from Finland, in the village Alakurtti in Murmansk region. It is planned that the base will become one of the key strongholds of Russia’s northern territories, will strengthen country’s defense potential and improve its territorial claims in the Arctic.
January 14 – European community should recognize that Russian Federation is the culprit in case of terrorist attack near the town of Volnovakha, – said Anna Elzbieta Fotyga, the Member of the European Parliament and former Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs (2006-2007) at the European Parliament on Wednesday, January 14th.
January 14 – Ukrainian military who are defending Donetsk airport (aka “Cyborgs”) have captured two Chechen militants, -informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko.
January 14 – The transit of gas to Europe which goes through Ukraine, will be provided a different route. This was stated by the head of Gasprom, Oleksiy Miller during the first visit to Russia of the new Vice-Chairman of the Eurocommission on Energy, Marosha Shefhovych chovych. Miller related to Shefchovych the new position under consideration by the Russian side: the Ukrainian transit route will be transferred to Turkey and Europe should hurry to build appropritae gas transportable pipes in order to receive this gas in a new location which will be the point of release and delivery of the gas on the border of Turkey and Greece. Miller again affirmed that the project “Southern Stream” is closed. “The Gas flow Turkish Stream is the only route through which one can deliver 63 million cubic meters of Russian gas which are untill now still being transited through Ukraine. There are no other possibilities. Our European partners are informed about this and now their task is to create a necessary gas-transportation infrastructure from the border of Turkey and Greece,” he stated.
Shefrovych in his turn stated that the decision of Gasprom evokes a reaction of surprise on the part of the ound outEurocommission: “Today we discovered that that gas which is transported through Ukraine – that amount will re-directed through a new pipe system. This concerns relatively large quantities of gas, which, certainly, are not needed neither in Turkey, nor in countries of South-Easter Europe,” he told the journalists.
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