Skip to comments.Russian Defense Ministry dismisses Ukraine ultimatum reports as ‘total nonsense’
Posted on 03/03/2014 11:13:09 AM PST by kronos77
Media reports about an alleged Russian ultimatum made to the Ukrainian armed forces in Crimea are total nonsense, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry said.
He said that no ultimatum had been made to the Ukrainian forces, Interfax reports.
We have become accustomed to the daily accusations by the Ukrainian media of carrying out some sort of military actions against our Ukrainian colleagues," Russian Black Sea Fleet representative said, adding that those who want to pit us against each other in the Crimea wont succeed.
Theres nothing new about such disinformation. Its clear who is behind this. Those puppeteers have been unable to come up with anything new since Yugoslavia, Iraq and Syria, he added.
Also, a source in the Russian Defense Ministry told RT that they are unaware of any Russian ultimatum toward the Ukrainian forces in Crimea.
The source revealed that they had only heard about the alleged ultimatum from a report by Interfax-Ukraine news agency.
Were interested in keeping friendly relations with the people of Ukraine and in preserving stability, the source told RT.
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What possibly can be done about this Ukrainian superpower just pushing these Russians around? Oh, never mind.
They did kind of deny that the troops were theirs for a day or two. We’ll see.
Not for nothing...The Ukraine started all this cr**.
“The Ukraine started all this cr**.”
And the U.S. started WWII. /s
Right now, the Bandera Nazis are telling Ukrainians that war starts at 5am tomorrow and to be prepared.
That idea being out there pretty much puts the sides in a box.
Those puppeteers have been unable to come up with anything new since Yugoslavia, Iraq and Syria,
Gee Barak, who COULD he be talking about??
What better way to do that than to invade the country. More Russian garbage
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