Maidan Community Sector, Lviv: Dear friends!
December 5 – Brent crude oil price fell to 69,24 US dollars per barrel
December 5 – In the last 24 hours, 6 soldiers were killed and 13 injured in the ATO area, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko.
December 5 – Russia has relocated 3 convoys of military equipment consisting of trucks, armored vehicles and fuel trucks, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko. On Thursday at 8 am a convoy consisting of 150 trucks has arrived in Ukraine from Russia (via the village Dubrovka travelling towards Dmytrivka). At 12:10 another convoy of 10 fuel trucks and 6 armored vehicles moved in. On Friday night a convoy consisting of 40 trucks, 33 of which are fuel tanks have travelled through the town of Izvaryne towards Lugansk, – said Lysenko.
December 5 – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov believes that it is premature to discuss the expansion of Ukraine-Russia border monitoring before security guarantees are provided by “elected representatives of the self-proclaimed republics”. Ukraine has no control over approximately 400 km of border with Russia. Previously, Ukrainian authorities as well as the representatives of OSCE and other international organizations have repeatedly stated that Russia is transporting militants and weapons to Ukraine through the uncontrolled border areas.
December 5 – Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration on International Relations Valeriy Chalyi hopes that next week Minsk agreements will be enforced.
December 5 – Ukraine is planning to file claims at the International Court of Justice against Russia, in particular on financing terrorism, – said Ukraine’s Minister of Justice Pavlo Petrenko.
December 5 – NATO is concerned about propaganda campaign carried out by the Russian Federation regarding Ukraine and Western countries. NATO Spokesperson Oana Lungescu has said: “I think what we currently see regarding not only Ukraine, but also in relation to the West – is unprecedented”. The extent of Russian lies about Ukraine is incredible, stated Deputy Spokesperson for the US Department of State Marie Harf.
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