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A special operation to unblock the divisions of the 79th Brigade is finally completed

August 8, 2014

Account of the the Security Service of Ukraine about the downed Boeing

A special operation to unblock the divisions of the 79th Brigade is finally completed

Summary of most important events for August 7, 2014 by Dmytro Tymchuk

Everything was prepared, verified, and stood at a ready alert, when crooked-handed Russian fighters suddenly disrupted the entire plan. Although, if it were not for their crooked-handedness, who knows what would be happening in Ukraine right now…

1. A special operation to unblock the divisions of the 79th Brigade is finally completed. Military personnel have been withdrawn to a safe area. The guys from the 72nd Brigade, who returned from Russia, have also been sent on vacation.
The fate of these military units troubled many people for a long time. It’s good that this hell has finally ended. According to our data, all further options that are being considered by ATO leaders regarding blocking the border will eliminate the possibility of a blockade of any of our units who will perform these tasks.

2. The Security Service of Ukraine [SBU] outlined its account of the downed Boeing.

The Buk [missile] which hit the plane was driven from Russia by a full-time crew (by the way, we reported that from the beginning). Having confused their destinations, they launched their missile from another launch point – not at the Russian Aeroflot plane (AFL-2074 en route Moscow–Larnaca) as planned, but at the Boeing [Malaysian Airlines MH17].

Accordingly, the airplane fell not onto territory controlled by Ukrainian Army, but into the hands of the insurgents. The insurgents themselves rejoiced about the “downed AN-26,” since they were not privy to the details – which is also understandable. This whole operation was planned in order to justify the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, scheduled for July 18th.

As for me, this version puts everything in its place. The only clarification being: intensive training for the open conflict in fact began as early as July 15th, when Russian reconnaissance and sabotage groups that were supposed to “pave the way” for Russian troops, began to enter Ukraine. And in my summary for July 18th, I wrote that, one day the [Ukrainian] security services will tell us how close we were to the [Russian] invasion (according to our estimates, it should have taken place on the night of July 17th). And now they have told us…

Everything was prepared, verified, and stood at a ready alert, when crooked-handed Russian fighters suddenly disrupted the entire plan. Although, if it were not for their crooked-handedness, who knows what would be happening in Ukraine right now…

3. A lot of talk continues about the fact that Putin has imposed sanctions against Western countries that had previously imposed sanctions against Putin. 

If you ask me, Ukraine should give Putin the Order for a ban on the import of food products to the Russian Federation from these countries. Since this pepper in fact strengthened Western sanctions and imposed additional sanctions against himself as well – on positions which the EU and the United States did not even consider. Well, who would have helped us more to punish Russia, if not its simple-minded and ambitious president?

 

Source: Head of Centre of Military and Political studies Dmytro Tymchuk


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