The hunt for “domestic” separatists has begun in Ukraine. The property of “enemies of the people” will be handed over to informers, and “domestic” separatists will be sent to prison.
Ukraine Begins Hunt For Separatists
ecause of the cold, Ukraine will be left without gas, and Europe will turn into a glacier. Ukraine doubled its consumption of Russia’s transit gas into Europe, which can lead to a repeated “gas crisis” like the one in 2009. Ukraine’s gas supplies will be used up in 70 days.
US Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson has named the conditions under which America would be prepared to recognize Crimea as Russian territory during his congressional confirmation hearing.
Ukraine has doubled or even tripled its gas consumption due to severe winter temperatures and may in fact not have enough for the entire winter season.
Ukraine’s MFA accuses the EU of betrayal. The source for these claims is an interview that Ukraine’ s Deputy Foreign Minister for European Integration Olena Zerkal gave to the British newspaper Financial Times.
The Hague does not want to support Ukraine with EU financial and military assistance.
Ukraine is paying too much for European gas. It could be buying cheaper gas from Russia.
The German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said that “the parties of the conflict in Ukraine consider the truce a recommendation, not an obligation”.
The US are unhappy with Ukraine and are looking for Poroshenko’s successor.
The European Parliament put the Russian Orthodox Church on a “Black List” and affiliated it with terrorism.
Volunteers, often people with a shady past, are supplying weapons, ammunition, medicines and food to the Ukrainian army and getting rich in the process.
Once again in violation of the requirements of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Ukraine has not agreed to their actions on the establishment of dangerous zones over neutral waters with the State Corporation for Air Traffic Management (ATM) system and tried to break into Russian airspace.
Ukrainian Prime Minster Arseniy Yatseniuk sold his business and real estate holdings, fled Ukraine and is living in the US with his family.
A Turkish delegation, including Turkish President Erdogan’s representative, visited Crimea with the goal of deepening business and political relations.
Ukraine’s economy is in much worse shape than ever before. Europe is openly blackmailing Ukraine.
In an exclusive interview with prominent Ukrainian sociologist Iryna Bekeshkina, she said that an artificial revolution supported from the outside was possible in Ukraine.
The European Parliament is preparing to adopt a resolution on “combating ideological diversion”. Its purpose is to ban Orthodox “propaganda”. These actions are aimed at all the Orthodox EU countries. The EU is more favourable towards Islam.
Ukraine is reassessing its friendly relations with Turkey and considering ending its cooperation with the Crimean Tatar representative council, the Mejlis.
The Baltic States and Poland face a new aggressor: the United States.