January 29 – A resident of Vyazma Svetlana Davydova was arrested in Russia after she allegedly rang to the Embassy of Ukraine in Moscow and provided information on Russian troops being relocated to Ukraine. She was charged with “treason in the form of espionage.”
January 29 – 5 Ukrainian military were killed in the ATO area in the last 24 hours, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko.
January 29 – New Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece Nikolaos Kotzias has said that he favors a new EU strategy regarding Russia and federalized Ukraine. Putin’s investments yield dividends.
January 29 – In the morning the militants shelled the city of Vuhlehirsk (Donetsk oblast) and at 2 pm a fight there was continuing, whereas in the city of Shchastya (Luhansk oblast) the militants shelled thermal power plant.
January 29 – Ukraine has evidence to support the participation of Russian troops in the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine – they are fighting alongside the militants, – said Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Viktor Muzhenko.
January 29 – Ministry of Defence of Ukraine is egotiating with foreign countries regarding availability of lethal weapons.
January 29 – The mayor of Mariupol: “Russia is an aggressor, but we cannot say that Russia attacked the city.” Must be the Stockholm syndrome, no less.
January 29 – One of the leaders of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar People Akhtem Chyyhoz was detained in Crimea on suspicion of organizing and participating in riots.
Putin’s Fantasy World
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