Skip to comments.UKRAINE Donbas: criminal attacks and destroys the banks ATMs
Posted on 05/16/2014 9:12:03 AM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
In eastern Ukraine, made more than 20 attacks on banks, destroyed 100 ATMs, marked loss of 13 million USD. This was stated by the Acting NBU chairman Volodymyr Krotyuk during an hour of questions to the government in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, - according to RBC -Ukraine.
According to him, the whole of the NBU is monitoring the situation in the banking system of Ukraine. However, there are difficulties with the activities of bank branches in the eastern regions of Ukraine.
"Today the situation in the eastern regions pointed. Goes attack on branches and ATMs of banks, in particular, "Privat" ... As of today in the eastern regions of Ukraine took place more than 20 attacks on structural units of banks. Destroyed more than 100 ATMs," - said Krotyuk.
Also there is a THREAT to the lives of EMPLOYEES of BANKS.
He said that it is as Donetsk and Lugansk region about. But more pressure is in the Donetsk region. However, according to Krotuk, today in the eastern regions of Ukraine payment system enabled and banks continue their work.
But Donbas is not part of Ukraine so accounts held in Donbas bank branches need not be honored by Ukraine. Meanwhile Russian thugs break into ATMs
This article portrays this as an act of random criminality, without reporting any of the key facts explaining this event.
The new Ukrainian interim government appointed Igor Kolomoysky to be the new Dnepropetrovsk governor, an oligarch with an estimated worth of $2.4 billion.
He both owns and heads Ukraine’s largest bank Privatbank.
Yesterday, this same man was the subject of leaked tapes allegedly revealing that he was behind the massacres in Odessa (in which 45 people were burned to death) and Mariupol, where the bank attacks occured.
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