The activation of militants and sanctions against Russia. Five things you might oversleep

The activation of militants and sanctions against Russia. Five things you might oversleep

© Reuters offers five main events of the night.

Five things you could have slept:

1. U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Daniel Baer said about the possibility of the onset of the combined Russian-terrorist forces in Mariupol and its surroundings. “We remain deeply concerned about the buildup of the joint Russian-separatist forces outside of Mariupol”, – said Bear. Read more→

2. MPs from opposition parties believe that “plan Rod” the attempt to destabilize the situation in Ukraine was developed in the offices of government, not the Kremlin. “I think that the “Rod” is a good cover-up operation “, Kradun”. Those who steal in our country, and… I can’t call one name, that’s a gang,” said the people’s Deputy Vadim Rabinovich. Read more→

3. “Four years ago I predicted Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,” writes Paul Miller in the article “the Third world war may start in Latvia” published on the website of the journal Foreign Policy. Here is my next prediction that now seems obvious to many people: in the queue, the Baltic countries, they will be one of the first and greatest challenges for the newly elected President of Donald trump. But most likely it will not be a clear invasion. Read more→

4. Two checkpoints on the border between Ukraine and Russia, the OSCE has counted more than 30 thousand people in uniform, military, who crossed the border. This was stated by the US representative in the OSCE Daniel B. Baer. He urged to think about what’s going on in other border crossing points uncontrolled Kiev part of the Russian-Ukrainian border, where OSCE observers there. In particular, he said, Russia has three months did not respond to the request of the OSCE with a request to allow observers to go beyond the checkpoints and around the perimeter outside. Read more→

5. Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel and President Barack Obama discussed the importance of maintaining sanctions against Russia until the Kremlin does not fulfill the Minsk agreement. This was stated by Obama and Merkel joint press conference in Berlin. “We continue to help the Ukrainian people and defend the main principle that countries have the right to determine their own destiny. And we discussed the importance of maintaining the sanctions as long as Russia complied with Minsk agreements,” – said the American President. Read more→