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   Great Battle for Kerch os over, lol.

 

During it aviation was participating by conducting sound and air polution attacks:

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   Ukrainian servicemens of those boats:

 

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Apperently full radiochatter.

 

   It becomes obvious that Ukrainians were doing this provocation intentionally. Russian side asked ships to leave their current place and move to waiting point to get their permission. Also it appears that Ukrainian navy boats in previous attempts were allowed to cross. Russian side (at least a guy on radio) also stated that futher actions against that order will be viewed as provocation. Ukrainian side continued to do whatever fuck they wanted (to the point when Russian voice started to rudely swear). Number of attempts to send ships to waiting pint failed as Ukrainians didn't payed any attention and conitnued to do whatever they initially wanted. 

   After that Ukrainian radio guy started to repeat same phrase that they are not provide a military threat and claim that we are breaking UN laws, international agreements and so on over and over again until he made people on that radio channel very angry ("just shoot him so hit shut up" and "shut your fucking mouth, kurva"). Later Russian side started to warn Ukr that we will use weapons (another voice in radio chat "just use it fucking already and end this circus, blyad'!"). Minute later Ukr boats were ordered to stop (yet another voice told "Just fuck em up!", i suspect that number of civilian/other ships were on this channel). "You will be fucking get boarded and all ours will be exchange for you, bitch" (to Ukrainian voice on radio).

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   After the incident that occurred in the Sea of Azov, we had to provide the Ukrainian Armed Forces to fight back in the event of a large-scale ground invasion, - Poroshenko quotes the channel "112 Ukraine".
   The country is under threat of full-scale war with the Russian Federation, - Poroshenko summarized

Old songs about same thing.

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   According to this 2 boats came from Berdyansk (Azov sea), 2 were from Odessa. Left cross shows (according to Ukr navy) place of collision of Don with one of ships, left cross shows where boats were arrested.  

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Sources in the Crimean security forces told Life exclusive details about the nature of the injuries that Ukrainian sailors received as a result of fire contact with our Izumrud patrol boat. Of the three injured, two of them were the most severe injuries: one had his fingers torn off, another had a bad leg: fragments entered the thigh, as a result of which there was a large blood loss. However, all those who were injured were promptly taken to the Kerch city hospital and operated on.

 

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"Russia is preparing a breakthrough: a record number of army troops was pulled to the border, it can start at any moment"

 

   This was aired on one of the Ukrainian TV channels by the head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Viktor Muzhenko. The number of military equipment along the Ukrainian border from the Russian Federation has increased dramatically. “The nature of the deployment (groups and equipment of the armed forces of the Russian Federation) shows that, in the shortest possible time, the corresponding offensive groups can be formed and the direction of their actions is Ukraine. Therefore, we are considering not one direction - the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, but we are talking about the northeastern, eastern, southern borders of Ukraine, ” he said.

 

   According to the Chief of the General Staff, during the Vostok-2018 exercise, the Russian Federation transferred 300 T-62 tanks from the eastern regions to its base near the Ukrainian border. He also spoke about the formation of the Russian Federation division consisting of two tank and two moto-rifle ('motostreletskikh") regiments.

 

   “Such divisions are called the Breakthrough Division. Obviously, the division is created not for conducting defense actions, but only for offensive actions, ”noted Muzhenko. According to him, this division is part of the 8th combined arms army deployed in Novocherkassk. “And the most interesting thing is that the two army corps, which are located in the temporarily occupied territory of the Lugansk and Donetsk regions, are controlled from the headquarters of this 8th combined-arms army. We see systemic formation, ”the Chief of the General Staff emphasized.

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   ->Motostreltsiy on T-62s are prepared for assault operations

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   For the command "Lie down, Bandera" Kiev police officer can face a jail Guardian of the order can get 8 years in prison

   Police officer Vasyl Melnyk, who dared during the pacification of nationalist brawlers, loudly ordered: “Lie down, Bandera!” to one of the hooligans, the Pechersk District Court of Kiev today “prescribed” custody. Melnik allegedly “exceeded his authority” when extremists from the right-wing youth group “S14” attempted by storm to take the Podolsk district police department and weapons room of it.

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   Clearing the building of the police department from the nationalists, one of the law enforcement officers shouted: "Get down, Bandera!". The episode instantly spread on the Web, accompanied by a rhetorical question:  what has changed in the heads of the "cops" over the past 5 years after the so-called "revolution of dignity"? 

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   The head of the Main Directorate of the National Police in Kiev, Andrei Krishchenko, publicly apologized for the “political immaturity” of his subordinate (at that time his name was not known), promising a frame-by-frame analysis of the actions of law enforcement officers at the entrance to the police station. Other generals went even further. A flash mob started in social networks by of the head of the National Police of Ukraine, Sergey Knyazev: “I am a Banderovets!”. 

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   Recall that the articles of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, which prohibits insulting the followers of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) doesn't exist in nature. However, fearing a negative reaction in society, police officer Melnik was accused of exceeding his authority (Article 365 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine). The sanction of this article provides punishment in the form of imprisonment for a period of 3 to 8 years.

   Currently Vasily Melnik is sent for 60 days to a pre-trial detention center with an opportunity to be released after paying a cash pledge in the amount of 115 thousand hryvnia ($ 4,225).

   None of the radicals was brought to justice.

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