Russian officers SCCC banned from entering Ukraine for three years
The evening of December 19 at the exit from the territory of Ukraine through the checkpoint “goptovka” in the Kharkiv region in the group of Russian officers of the composition SCCC was discovered by a Colonel of the armed forces, who illegally visited the temporarily occupied Crimea. About this in his Facebook said the speaker of the state border service Oleg Slobodyan.
“During the interview, he confirmed that in April 2017 went into the Crimea through the temporarily closed checkpoint “Simferopol”, – said the representative of SBS.
With this in mind, violations of the law of Ukraine Russian officer for three years closed entry into the country.
Topic of the day: Why did the Kremlin withdrew its military from JCCC in the Donbass
18 December 2017, Russia has stated that it withdraws its military from JCCC in the Donbass. The occupant country has also accused Ukraine of “creating serious difficulties in the work of the centre”. The next day the Ukrainian and Russian JCCC officers left the temporarily occupied areas of Donbass.
The negotiator from Ukraine in the Minsk process Yevhen Marchuk said that the withdrawal of the Russians from SCCC, making the goal to achieve agreement about the Christmas truce in the Donbass “almost unattainable”. In his opinion, such a step the Kremlin is pushing Kiev to direct talks with the militants, which is one of the goals of Russian propaganda, according to which in Eastern Ukraine is a “civil war” and is not a proxy aggression of the Russian Federation.
The DNI and LC – terrorist organizations seized with the support of the Russian part of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine. Both organizations created, funded and contain Russia, where, among other things, the terrorists are getting fighters, trainers, and heavy equipment, weapons, ammunition, and fuel.
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Russian officers SCCC banned from entering Ukraine for three years 20.12.2017