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NSDC: Russian troops in Crimea have moved to Ukrainian border

September 18, 2014

Russian soldiers have been located in small tactical groups from Karkinitska Gulf to Arabat spit

NSDC: Russian troops in Crimea have moved to Ukrainian border

Allmost all military sub-units located in Crimean peninsula have moved to Ukrainian border. Press service of National Security and Defense Council informed this.

4 000 militants have moved to administrative border with Ukraine with all their military equipment and ammunition. They are located in small tactical groups from Karkinitska Gulf to Arabat spit.

Previously Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu stated the necessity to establish full-scale self-dependent group of troops in Crimean direction due to worsening of the situation in Ukraine and increased presence of foreign military presence close to Russian border.

In its turn, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine addressed Shoygu asking him to stop provocation in the Black Sea region and expressing deep concern about statements of the Russian Minister.

Source: Korrespondent.net, National Security and Defense Council


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