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This is Ukraine today – October 14


Maidan Community Sector, Lviv: Dear friends!

War, not the expected peace arrived at the doorstep of Great Britain and France when they gave up Czechoslovakia to Hitler in 1938. War is happening right here at home and not in faraway Europe – the United States were harshly reminded about this at Pearl Harbor in 1942. War descended on Ukraine and thus is now much closer to Paris and Berlin, because Europe and the US haven’t supported Georgia in 2008. War showed up in the homes of Dutch, British, French, German, Australian families because Europe and the US weren’t courageous enough to lend a helping hand to Ukraine in 2014. It is impossible to run away from war and overwhelming aggression, it is impossible to buy yourself off. The war will catch up with you if you don’t stand up to it with utmost determination.

October 14 – In the village of Sartana close to Mariupol Russian terrorists shelled ATO checkpoint using multiple rocket launcher “Grad”, – said ATO spokesman Vladyslav Seleznyov.

October 14 – In Telmanove (Donetsk oblast) battalion “Dnipro-1” (Ministry of Internal Affairs) has destroyed a Russian subversive unit of a known terrorist “Chechen” and Russian General Sergei Andreychenko, who apparently coordinated a variety of terrorist activities.

October 14 – Oil prices continue to fall. Brent oil futures fell by 2,95% – to 86.27 USD a barrel (as reported by Bloomberg). This has a very negative impact on Russia’s economy, because its state budget is formed around oil prices set at 90 USD a barrel.

October 14 – President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko believes that national service soldiers who were demanding demobilization near the building of Ukrainian Parliament are playing into Putin’s hands and assist him in opening a new “battleground” inside Ukraine. Poroshenko said: “We have honorably coped with attempts to discredit Ukrainian army.” It has been reported that a fight broke near Ukrainian Parliament building. Unidentified young men wearing masks tried to storm into the building where a clash with national guards occurred. Unknown attackers used batons and iron chains. As a result 15 soldiers have been injured. 50 violators of law and order have been detained.

October 14 – Ukrainian company “Naftogaz” appealed to the Stockholm arbitration in order to review contracts with Russian “Gazprom” for the transit of Russian gas to the European Union and the compensation due to insufficient transit.

October 14 – Fighters from the terorist organization “Donetsk National Republic” walked iinto the Donetsk City Council and showed the staff “a directive from DNR ministers about the appointment of Ihor Martynov as the Head of the Administration of the City of Donetsk and forced its publication on the internet site. Such is the “Russian style” change of administration.

October 14 – On Tuesday near Simferopol there was found the body of Belialia Bilialiova, a Crimean Tatar who disappeared on the day before; the other Tatar, Artem Dairabekov is in the resuscitation ward in an extremely grave condition. Information was provided by the Head of the Crimea Foundation in Poland, Riza Asanov.

October 14 – President Petro Poroshenko signed an order to create a National Council on Issues of Anti-Corruption Policy as a Consulting-Advisory Board of the Presidential Administration.

October 14 – Russia and terrorist guerillas are continuing to accumulate live forces and technology in the southern region. Information was proovided by RNBO announcements. Especially on Monday, near Novozovska, there arrived a large special division of RF Army Intelligence Services. “The soldiers involved in the unit are not concealing their affiliation with the RF forces,” reported RNBO. There maintains a tendency of activating airspace intelligence. Within a 24-hour period in Mariupol, six unmanned flights were detected.

October 14 – Within the last 24-hour period, in the zone of anti-terrorist operations, seven Ukrainian soldiers were killed – spokesman for the Informational-Analytical Center, RNBO – Andriy Lysenko.

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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