Skip to comments.Putin says Russian troops pull back from Ukraine border
Posted on 05/07/2014 8:31:32 AM PDT by Sub-DriverEdited on 05/07/2014 8:40:22 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russian troops have pulled back from the Ukrainian border, and is urging separatists in eastern Ukraine to postpone Sunday's referendum on secession.
Pentagon Spokesman Col. Steve Warren told Fox News the U.S. has "seen no change in Russian force posture along the Ukrainian border.”
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Kerry’s IMF check for partial payment of Ukraine’s gas arrears to Gazprom must have cleared...
Moving troops back, but moving air forces forward, into southern bases, and into Crimea.
Obama can declare “VICTORY!” in the U.S. press, and “move on”, while the Status Quo remains essentially the same.
Russian Invasion in 24 Hours.There is no reason for Putin to withdraw his troops.Is he really afraid of our Socialist pResident?
That amounts to him saying, “Trust me.” No way Putler!
Nope, I predicted this. Putin the statesman in the process of being configured.
“Kerrys IMF check for partial payment of Ukraines gas arrears to Gazprom must have cleared...”
Gazprom said today that Ukraine failed to pay for April natgas deliveries.
And the Chechens and Don Cossacks? Are they being withdrawn also?
A lot of indications of more Russian planned violence in Ukraine on Victory Day. Putin is just distancing himself from that.
The Russian national unlawful combatants and arms continue flowing freely in to Ukraine. When that stops we will know what Putin says is true.
Then I guess that means Putin is going to invade shortly.
I’ll bet there’s a catch. He’s a sly one.
And the Russian-backed ones inside Ukraine, will they be pulled out?
Yes he is deceitful.
Putin - all hat and no bear!
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