March 19: A year after Annexation of Crimea

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By [email protected] (Тарас Возняк)

March 19 – Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) has issued a warning about the militants preparing provocations for Friday in order to be able to resume hostilities.

March 19 – Broadcast of Ukrainian TV channels has resumed at the occupied territories (namely “Channel 5,” Espresso TV and Radio 24 is now broadcasting in Donetsk), – stated the Minister of Information Policy Yuriy Steys at a briefing. According to Stets, Poland has provided free transmitters, which, in addition to supporting the broadcast of Ukrainian channels, can also suppress frequencies used by the separatists.

March 19 – Missile systems “Iskander,” which Russia has deployed to Kaliningrad, are able to get to reach European capitals, even Berlin, – said Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė in Brussels (reports Delfi.lt).

March 19 – Malaysian “Boeing” MH17 flight was shot down by a missile “Buk,” made in Russia, – writes Dutch media
RTL Nieuws citing an expert.

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