Saturday, August 16, 2014

Russia: Convoy not destroyed in Ukraine because it ‘never existed’

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Russia: Convoy not destroyed in Ukraine because it ‘never existed’

A spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry insists that no Russian military vehicles have been destroyed in the Ukraine because none had crossed the border. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, acting on an unconfirmed Twitter post, released a redundant statement on Friday claiming his forces had destroyed the majority of a Russian military convoy in eastern Ukraine. NATO and Western Media source bought in on the assumption and began releasing Parroted stories in unison. The crossing allegedly took place near the southern Russian town where the aid trucks have been parked, awaiting permission to go into Ukraine. The Russian aid convoy of almost 280 trucks has been a source of tensions since it set off from Moscow on Tuesday.
Reporting again without a shred of evidence, NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen asserts; We see a continuous flow of weapons and fighters from Russia into eastern Ukraine and it is a clear demonstration of continued Russian involvement in the destabilization of eastern Ukraine. And of course Western Media quotes the ridiculous unproven statements as fact.

Laurent Corbaz, the International Committee of the Red Cross’ director of operations in Europe, described a tentative plan in which the trucks would enter Ukraine with a single Russian driver each — as opposed to the current crew of several people in each truck — accompanied by a Red Cross worker. In line with Red Cross policy, there would be no military escort, he said. Foreign ministers from France, Russia, Ukraine and Germany are scheduled to attend a peace summit in Berlin on Sunday for what ever good that will do.


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