Skip to comments.NEWS ALERT: Russian occupiers have agreed to release Mamchur and three officers
Posted on 03/26/2014 10:08:56 AM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
Russian occupiers have agreed to release Mamchur and three officers kidnapped four Ukrainian soldiers fired before the end of the day taken hostage commander of 204 Brigade tactical aviation in Belbek.
Julius Mamchur, Deputy Commander of Naval Forces of Ukraine Coast Voronchenko defense games and two marine battalion commander of Theodosia will be released today by the end of the day. That said Acting deputy head of presidential administration Andriy Senchenko, reports LB.ua. " As a result of negotiations conducted on behalf of and under the direct supervision of the acting head of state Alexander Turchynov the opposite side (meaning, perhaps, Russian invaders- Ed.) Reached an agreement that our hostages will be released by the end of the day" - said Senchenko.
Recall location Mamchur Julia and Igor Voronchenko unknown on March 23 when the assault on their part, they were kidnapped by the Russian military .
BELBEK, Crimea -- In the early morning hours of March 4, a group of unarmed Ukrainian soldiers marched from their barracks on the territory off Belbek military airfield near Sevastopol to demand that the heavily armed Russian troops who have besieged their base allow them to carry out their work... Going against strangers with guns, singing Ukrainian national anthem.
Must be a google translation because I can’t parse the first sentence.
Parse? I can't even understand it.