June 1, 2017 – Fort Russ News –
– topwar.ru, translated by Tom Winter –
Turchynov: War in Ukraine will end when the APU enters Moscow
Secretary of the National Security Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov, who signed the decree on the beginning the war in the country [April 14, 2014], visited the Donbass. The territory chosen for Turchinov’s inspection was in the vicinity of Maryinka and Krasnogorovka, at positions of the APU.
It is noteworthy that Turchinov made the trip to Donbas on June 1 – the day when Kiev decided to support the 24-hour truce. Moreover, Turchinov’s visit to the APU positions in the Krasnogorovka region indirectly proves that it was the Ukrainian forces that recently bombarded the area in order to shift the blame on the soldiers of the DPR army. Otherwise, the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council and his nose would not be stuck in a hot spot on the map of Donbass.
Once there, Turchinov held a meeting with the ATO military leadership, after which he inspected the fortifications and, as UNIAN reports, drew attention to the need to strengthen protection for personnel.
Visiting the Donbass, Turchinov announced the need to introduce a visa regime with the Russian Federation and “joked” that the war in the region would end when the Ukrainian army got to Moscow.
If Turchinov had in mind the army of Ukrainian guest workers, then, firstly, they are already in Moscow, and other cities of Russia, and secondly, if a visa regime is introduced between the countries, it is the millions of “migrants for work” who, after returning to Ukraine, can become the army that will really stop the maidan outrage in the country.
Attention is drawn to today’s statement of the Ukrainian “talking helmet” – Dmitry Tymchuk. Tymchuk reflected on the topic of how long it will take the SBU to “take Donbass.” According to Tymchuk, the Ukrainian troops “can force out the militants (the Kiev version of the LDPR army) in Russia with two strikes.”
The offensive of the Ukrainian army in the Donbass is a question of political will, but the Ukrainian authorities are tied down to the actions of the Minsk process.
And when there was no Minsk process, what was the Ukrainian army tied down to – the Debaltsevo cauldron? ..
And the following video is a discussion at the round table in the Verkhovna Rada on the rearmament of the Ukrainian army, during which a deputy from the Petro Poroshenko bloc proposes to strike at nuclear power plants and dams in the Russian Federation: