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January 29: Ministry of Defence of Ukraine is egotiating with foreign countries regarding availability of lethal weapons

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. MSF report on medical+humanitarian situation in eastern Ukraine Putin’s Fantasy World http://www.rferl.org/content/putins-fantasy-island/26816242.html?utm_medium=email Tsar Putin’s next move Canada PM announces additional support for Ukraine P.S.: Please spread this appeal as much as possible.

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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.

MSF report on medical+humanitarian situation in eastern Ukraine

Putin’s Fantasy World

http://www.rferl.org/content/putins-fantasy-island/26816242.html?utm_medium=email

Tsar Putin’s next move

Canada PM announces additional support for Ukraine

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February 18: Ukrainian troops left the city of Debaltseve as a result of massed intense fire by the Russian Army and pro-Russian terrorists

February 18 – Ukrainian troops left the city of Debaltseve as a result of massed intense fire by the Russian Army and pro-Russian terrorists – according to Minsk agreements Ukrainian military couldn't fire back in order not to break "Putin's ceasefire". "This morning Armed Forces of Ukraine together with the National Guards of Ukraine have completed a planned and organized withdrawal of forces from Debaltseve", – said the president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, who led the operation.

February 18 – NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has spoken about the use of modern weapons by the militants of "People's Republic of Donetsk" and "People's Republic of Luhansk" against Ukrainian military near Debaltseve. He did not specify the kind of weapon.

February 18 – "I call on Russia to withdraw all its troops from the east of Ukraine, to cease all support of the separatists, follow Minsk agreements and pressure on the separatists to force them to comply with ceasefire", – said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

February 18 – 167 wounded were transported to Artemivsk from Debaltseve. It was impossible to pick up the bodies of many who were killed.

February 18 – The militants supported by Russia demonstrate a clear intention to expand their control over the region, recognizes PACE, – said the President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Anne Brasseur.

February 18 – European Union should consider deploying a military mission to Donbas if Minsk agreements are not adhered to and the fighting continues, – said the representative of Ukraine to the EU Konstantin Eliseev in his comment to BBC Radio. "We must use all our efforts and capacities (not only Ukraine, but the US and the EU) to press Kremlin to stop military fighting. If this fails, we must talk about a plan "B". Perhaps, it is time for the EU to consider the possibility of a military intervention in Donbas".

February 18 – According to President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, in Debaltseve, the mission of Ukraine's Armed Forces was fully accomplished, despite the fact that the Ukrainian Army totally left the city. "This position and successes were very necessary in Minsk during the negotiations, and after Minsk. We could demonstrate to the whole world the real face of the bandits, separatists, supported by Russia, which took on the role of the guarantor and a direct participant of the Minsk negotiations," emphasized Poroshenko.

The head of the country clarified information about the encirclement of the Debaltseve fighters as well as about the massive deaths of Ukrainian soldiers. "We stated and proved that Debaltseve was under our controll, there was no encirclement. Our forces and divisions left in a planned organized fashion. They left with their full artillery, with tanks, with BNP, with SAU, with tractors, with automobile technology," stated Poroshenko. According to the President, those who left Debaltseve included the 128th Mountain Infantry Brigade, parts of the sub-divisions of the 30th Brigade, the 25th Battalion, the rest of the 40th Battalion, Special Forces, and the National Guard.

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March 9: Tusk: “Putin would like to control all of Ukraine, but the EU doesn’t understand it”

March 9 – Key challenges holding back the resolution of Ukrainian-Russian crisis is that Europeans do not believe in a military threat and think that diplomatic leverage over Putin is possible, – said the President of the European Council Donald Tusk: "Putin would like to control all of Ukraine, but the EU doesn't understand it. Enough with illusions, the EU is not ready for tougher sanctions.

March 9 – The militants are renewing combat effectiveness of their units, trying to learn more about combat environment and the location of Ukrainian units; they are also accumulating weapons, ammunition and military equipment along the boundary line, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko.

March 9 – Ukraine has withdrawn its heavy weapons [from the contact line] over four stages but hasn't completed the withdrawal t line, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko: "Ukrainian side has implemented the withdrawal of heavy weapons over four stages – monitored by the OSCE, in the presence of Ukrainian and foreign media. We expect that the enemy will take the same steps, but we have not yet received any confirmation to that effect".

March 9 – Version about "Chechen trace" in the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov is propaganda fiction, – said Chechen opposition leader Akhmed Zakayev.

March 9 – The situation in the ATO area remains tense – from 5 am to 7 pm the militants fired at the ATO positions 16 times, – informs ATO press centre.

March 9 – Next week, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko will visit Germany, where he will meet with the President and Chancellor of Germany. Poroshenko has noted that "negotiations in "Normandy four" format over the phone have also been planned".

March 9 – The negotiations on the release of Nadiya Savchenko, who is illegally detained in Russia, are continuing "at the highest possible level", – said her lawyer Mark Feigin: "I've already started this process. This is a legitimate procedure, but it foresees a secret protocol, thus I will refrain from comments, it's confidential", – said the lawyer.

March 9 – The actions of the Luhansk resident who brought the Ukrainian soldiers on the blockpost a jar of honey with an explosive was coordinated by workers of HRU HSH of the Armed Forces of RF with the nicknames "Oleksiy" and "Dmytrovych" who also provided him with arms and explosives- Security Service of Ukraine.

March 9 – Russian President Volodymyr Putin awarded the Order of Recognition to the head of Chechniya Ramzan Kadyrova. This was done after the fact that 4 "Kadyrovcy" were "designated" as the killers of Boris Nemcov.

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