By [email protected] (Тарас Возняк)

February 28 – Former MP (Party of Regions) Mikhaylo Chechetov was found dead, supposedly haven fallen from his 17th floor apartment. During Yanukovych’s regime, Chechetov was responsible for controlling the voting for all illegal Supreme Council decisions. Before being elected as MP, Chechetov served as Chairman of the committee on privatization of state property and it has been alleged that in many instances privatization was also carried out improperly.

February 28 – Russia continues to transfer mercenaries, weapons and military equipment to the territory, temporarily controlled by the terrorists, NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko. “The enemy is recovering combat capabilities – continues to replenish ammunition, stocks, fuel, as well as accumulates manpower and military equipment”.

February 28 – Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov has promised to disclose evidence of the participation of Russian armed forces in the conflict in Donbas, – said the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko: “Few weeks ago I talked to him about rebuilding relations between Ukraine and Russia in a way, which would be beneficial to us. Boris has stated that he plans to disclose compelling evidence of presence of Russian armed forces in Ukraine. Someone was very afraid of this. Boris was not afraid, his assassins were. They killed him.”

February 28 – So-called “Supreme Court of Crimea” has rejected the appeal by a Deputy Chairman of Mejlis of Crimean Tatars Akhtem Chyihoz regarding his arrest and left him in custody. Repressions against Crimean Tatars continue.

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