Moscow should have sent the Pindos-Bandera Junta (3) Letters
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So now we must not rush into another false promise because:
1. The Junta offers this to Moscow, and it should be offered to Donetsk. We must demand the junta communicate directly with the Donetsk and Lugansk Republics.
2. While the junta decided not to have direct negotiations with Donetsk, there was no stop of their offensive, or actions to indemnify the villages of ; Happiness, Debaltseve, Mariupol, Slavic and Kramators'k.
3. The required differentiation of troops out of line on November 13, was not through a new truce ever enforced.
4. The Minsk agreement they announced was ripped up by the junta, where to renegotiate and enter new agreement would only lead to the same again, which will be referred to as the new breeding and arming of the troops on the line. And out of these arrangements an awful point of transfer of control over the entire boundary of the junta poses a threat to all. If this is done again, then the agreement will be impossible to implement by Novorossia.
5. An entering of items on this agreement should take place on a joint TV coverage, Donetsk will give it on Russian channels and that will only bring the population of an almost Zombielike state
of Banderostana more propaganda. They will broadcast how this is important for their future, which they seem to believe themselves so that they won't become its victims. The junta in the name of the Foreign Ministry ukroreyha on the night of Baptism, after the start of the counteroffensive with DNI, appealed to Moscow to all to cease fire and withdraw heavy weapons. But the Pindos-Bandera junta fights not with Russia and with the Donbass instead. So talks with ukrofashistskaya power should only be sent to Donetsk and Lugansk leaders.
6. Therefore, Moscow has sent three letters to the junta - DNI or LC. And did it all the same time. In the meantime, from Mariupol, the baptismal night began fleeing its officials, as well as the so-called ukrofashistskih maydaunov, ie Nazis who supported the junta's terror against the population of Donbass. It is not yet clear whether they released Mariupol, but their flight has already begun.
Edited time: January 19, 2015
(RIA Novosti/Aleksey Nikolskyi)
Russian President Vladimir Putin **Letter Video**
Kiev resumed its military assault in eastern Ukraine on Sunday despite receiving a proposal Thursday night from the Russian president that both sides of the conflict withdraw their heavy artillery, Putin’s press secretary said.
"In recent days, Russia has consistently made efforts to mediate the conflict. In particular, on Thursday night, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a written message to Ukrainian President Poroshenko, in which both sides of the conflict were offered a concrete plan for removal of heavy artillery. The letter was received by President of Ukraine on Friday morning," president’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, said as cited by RIA Novosti news agency.
“The latest developments in Ukraine connected with the renewed shelling of populated areas in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions cause grave alarm and put in jeopardy the peace process based on the Minsk memorandum,” Putin’s letter reads.
Putin suggested the immediate withdrawal of artillery with a caliber more than 10mm to the distance defined by the Minsk agreements.Russia is ready to monitor the fulfillment of these moves jointly with the OSCE, the letter concludes.
However, Peskov stressed, the Ukrainian leader rejected the plan without offering alternatives and“moreover started military actions all over again,” resulting in an “absolute degradation of the situation in the southeast of Ukraine.”
A residential building in Donetsk damaged in the result of shelling by the Ukrainian army on January 18, 2015 (RIA Novosti/Mikhail Parhomenko)
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Russia's Foreign Ministry accused Kiev of using the ceasefire to “regroup its forces, trying to take a course for further escalation of the conflict with a purpose to 'settle' it in a military way.”
“We are deeply concerned by the fact that the Ukrainian side continues to increase its military presence in the southeast of the country in violation of the Minsk agreements,” the ministry said in a statement.
Ukrainian troops launched a massive assault on militia-held areas on Sunday morning.
The order from Kiev came after several days of violent clashes at the ruins of Donetsk International Airport – a scene of constant fighting over the months amid a shaky ceasefire between the Ukrainian army and local militia forces.
DNR forces denied accusations that local militia were responsible, saying the bus was targeted by Ukrainian troops.
A sharp escalation of clashes has also been reported across the frontline in Donetsk and nearby regions.
Russia has urged all members of the international community, specifically the OSCE, to demand that Kiev unconditionally give up its policy of forced suppression of the conflict.
“There is an urgent need to cease hostilities and resume the 'silence' mode in Ukraine; the OSCE mission should play a special role in this,” the statement reads.
Moscow has stressed the necessity to continue talks within the contact group to fulfill the Minsk agreements, saying it will do all it can so that the group can meet at the beginning of next week.
“We are calling on all members and those who have influence on the situation, to not let another breakdown [in talks happen],” the Foreign Ministry said.
The Foreign Ministry has linked the deadly attacks in Donetsk and Kiev's “massive fire” order with the upcoming EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting on January 19.
It has noted that “such attempts coupled with the apparent provocation (similar to the situation with the Malaysian Boeing and the incident with a bus in Volnovakha) come, as a rule, on the eve of the European Union and other Western states meetings, which deal with the situation in Ukraine.”
The UN secretary-general, according to a spokesman, is “alarmed” by the severe escalation of fighting in eastern Ukraine, which has already caused numerous casualties, and has called for an “an immediate and full cessation of hostilities.”