Russian “humanitarian convoy” may pose military threat – Hrytsenko

A humanitarian convoy of Russia may pose a military threat for Ukraine.
MP Anatoliy Hrytsenko said in the Freedom of Speech TV program, according to the politician’s website.
“We must be vigilant. It is hard to imagine that in 1943, the Nazi government decided to send a humanitarian convoy to the Soviet Union,” Hrytsenko said.
Putin’s actions are infinitely cynical as all his policies, he said.
“Putin triggered off this war, he is the enemy, and the Russian troops kill our soldiers, down our aircraft. It is not a slip in speaking. He verifies every word, therefore, the word “convoy,” which provides combat support – is not used occasionally,” Hrytsenko said.
“If houses with own residents were undermined Russia, no one rules out that they can arrange a sabotage against the convoy, if at least one Russian is killed – this will be a real convoy of military threat,” the Civic Position leader warned.
12.08.2014 11:56

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