NATO’s changing relationship with Ukraine and Russia discussed in this article.
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine
Brothers and sisters,
Here’s the summary for April 1, 2014.
(for the summary from the previous day, see Summary of March 31).
The bad news:
1. The Russians are “returning” the seized equipment in Crimea in a rather interesting manner.
Thus, today in Bakhchisaray, they were loading the equipment [belonging to] our transportation battalion – “to be returned.”At first, the Russians agreed to give back 74 units of military equipment (they kept 27 fuel trucks and 3 mobile car repair shops).
The equipment was en route to the mainland, when a dashing Russian colonel waltzed in and ordered them to unload 7 more fuel trucks). As in, “we need them.”
Russian soldiers disagreed and said that before loading [the equipment] to the railway platforms, they removed everything they could from the vehicles, and destroyed what…
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