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Photographs and images that made Monday, January 5

January 5, 2015

January 5, 2015 in Ukraine in pictures

painting of a child which represents the current situation in Ukraine

This is the painting of a child which represents the current situation in Ukraine. The independent state is being torn into pieces by Russian eagle.

Nastya. Her call sign is Phoenix

Meet Nastya. Her call sign is Phoenix, she is 23. She is a serviceman who volunteered to defend Ukrainian sovereignty.

More than 100 units of military equipment are to be departed to zone of hostilities in Eastern Ukraine.

100 units of military equipment

 

 

100 units of military equipment

100 units of military equipment

 

100 units of military equipment

100 units of military equipment

The number includes repaired armored military equipment, pursuit planes and weapon systems. President Petro Poroshenko passes them to Ukrainian army.

Ilya Bogdanov, formed officer of Russian Federal Security Service, current defender of Donetsk airport

The inscription says: ‘To separatists from FSS [Federal Security Service]’

This is Ilya Bogdanov, former officer of Russian Federal Security Service, current defender of Donetsk airport and member of ‘the Right Sector’. He fights on the side of Ukraine against separatists and pro-Russian mercenaries.

Ilya Bogdanov - member of the Right Sector

Ilya Bogdanov among members of the Right Sector and their leader, current MP Dmytro Yarosh

Today he has written on Facebook about decision of presidential administration concerning him:

‘I have just found out that administration of President Poroshenko has reversed its previous decision and they do not give the citizenship. They call me to Kyiv for possible extradition to huilo [nickname of Russian President Vladimir Putin which he received from Ukrainian football fans]. Here is the New Year’s surprise. I have nowhere to go from the front, so that I have only several varians with similar final. You will not take me alive’, – Mr. Bogdanov wrote.

Source: unian.ua, social networks


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