This is Ukraine today – December 6: A local ”Maidan movement” broke out in Vinnytsia

Maidan Community Sector, Lviv: Dear friends!

December 6 – Company “Naftogaz of Ukraine” has paid 378 million US dollars – advance payment for 1 billion cubic meters of gas – to Russian “Gazprom”.

December 6 – The Head of Chechen Republic (Russian Federation) Ramzan Kadyrov instructed his law enforcement agencies and special forces to immediately initiate criminal proceedings against members of Ukrainian parliament Yuriy Bereza, Andriy Levus and Igor Mosiychuk. According to Kadyrov, these politicians “publicly supported the terrorists involved in the death of 14 policemen in Grozny”. Thus Kadyrov ordered to abduct and bring to Chechnya the abovementioned MPs. Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) has started criminal investigation into terrorist threats of a citizen of Russian Federation Ramzan Kadyrov.

December 6 – A local “Maidan movement” broke out in Vinnytsia – protesters are demanding that top officials of the Oblast Interior Ministry Bruch are fired as a result of “cleansing the ranks of power”, – informs the police.

December 6 – Next meeting on peaceful conflict resolution in Donbas is scheduled for December 9th in Minsk (Belarus), – stated President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. However, Russian terrorists have said that they do not want the meeting to be attended by the US and EU representatives. They are OK with Russia’s representatives attending, of course.

December 6 – 1250 military have been killed during Russian aggression in Donbas, of which 952 were servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, – informed the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. The President has also said that almost 3000 servicemen were injured. In his turn, the Chief of Security Service of Ukraine Valentyn Nalyvaichenko has said that 684 people remain in captivity – among them military, journalists, volunteers and civilians.

December 6 – During December 6th, the terrorists used mortars, “Grad” rocket launchers and artillery 58 times to attack Ukrainian forces, – informs ATO’s press center.

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Taras Voznyak

Culture expert, political scientist, editor-in-chief and founder of Independent Cultural Journal "Ї", Co-founder and Head of the Board of Directors of Polish-Ukrainian Cooperation Foundation (PAUCI), Member of the Board of Directors of International Renaissance Foundation, Executive Director of the Ukrainian Center of International PEN-Club
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