March 21: 11 countries have provided military and technical assistance to Ukraine

2015/03/22 • Daily Updates

By [email protected] (Тарас Возняк)

March 21 – Russia is threatening Denmark with a nuclear attack. Denmark could become a target for a possible Russian nuclear attack if it joins NATO missile defense system, – wrote Ambassador of Russia to Denmark Mikhail Vanin in his Jyllands Posten column.

March 21 – “Illegal armed groups continue to destroy the infrastructure of Donbas. Yesterday (March 20th) an explosion was carried out by the militants at railroad tracks in Volnovakha rayon and near the city of Popasna”, informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko.

March 21 – In Kharkiv field investigators have prevented a number of terrorist attacks. According to the statement by ATO headquarters, three saboteurs who were coordinated by the Russian special services, were neutralized. “The militants tried to blow up railway tracks in Chuguiv rayon of Kharkiv oblast with homemade explosives, provided to them by their Russian supervisors”, – it is said in the statement.

March 21 – 11 countries have provided military and technical assistance to Ukraine and it relies on EU support in the modernization of the army for state protection, – said the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko during a meeting with President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite. “Ukrainian army has gained unique experience in conducting military operations within hybrid wars”, – stated Poroshenko.

March 21 – Gunmen fired at the ATO positions 30 times from 5 am to 7 pm, they used artillery twice, mortars and grenade launchers – 15 times and small arms – 11 times, – informs ATO press center.

March 21 – Russia will not participate in the voting of the UN Security Council on the request of Kyiv to bring peace keeping forces into Ukraine. This was in the program “News on Saturday by Sehey Brylevym,” stated the Head of the RF Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Serhiy Lavrov. “We won’t even vote,” he stated.

March 21 – There is no cooperation between Russia and the West, but we are not talking about the Cold War. This was stated by General Secretary of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg: “We are not in the process of a Cold War, because that was an all-inclusive ideological war btween two soldier blocks. Right now we do not have it. According to him

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