A New Policy to Rescue Ukraine
January 11, 2015.
January 10 – 2 Ukrainian military were killed and 20 wounded in the last 24 hours in the ATO area, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko.
January 10 – Russian terrorists continue to use heavy weapons, and have once fired from "Grad" multiple rocket launcher, – stated NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko. According to him, such aggressive actions coincide with recent arrival of goods from 11th Russian "humanitarian aid convoy" at temporarily occupied areas.
January 10 – Canadian ship MSC Eloise carrying humanitarian aid for Ukrainian army has docked in the port of Odesa.
January 10 – In Luhansk region Russian terrorists have kidnaped an Israeli citizen. Sievierodonetsk City Militia Department has received a request (by post) from the Embassy of Israel to assist in tracing and locating a citizen of Israel David Horovaty, who was falsely imprisoned in Ukraine and transported to the city of Perevalsk against his will (the city is controlled by the terrorists) – statement by the Ministry of Interior.
January 10 – In the Donetsk region close to the town of Dokuchaevsk, ATO forces disabled two tanks of the militants, – informs ATO staff.
January 10 – Ukrainian Competition Commission has allowed foreigners to apply for the position of the Head of National Anti-Corruption Bureau.
January 10 – German Chancellor Angela Merkel has stressed the unlawfulness of violating international borders and called for unity of Europe due to a possible threat to its security: "If again we witness such a violation, similar to what Russia has done in Ukraine, we must resist it".
January 10 – Having started at 7 am, illegal armed groups have 34 times opened fire on positions of Ukrainian troops, using mostly heavy weapons – tanks, artillery, including "Grad" multiple rocket launcher, – ATO press center.
January 10 – The Boeing passanger plane of Malaysian Airlines, was shot down by pro-Russian fighters in summer 2014; the shot which led to the catastrophe was fired by a zenith-rocket complex of BUK M1, which was brought from Russian Kursk. This is verified by the results of the investigation carried out by the organization of journalistic investigations CORRECT! V.
According to the data of the journalists, the position from which the Boeing was being fired upon, was delivered by the members of the 53rd zenith-rocket brigade, with the goal of providing protection to the Russian tank divisions, who were fighting on Ukrainian territory without their codes of identification.
The data of the British reconnaissance team Bellingcat.com indicate that on the day of of the Boeing catastrophe – July 17th – the artillery BUK traveled on the Donetsk Route No. 21, leaving Donetsk around 11 in the morning: "It is being transported on a tractor platform with a white cabin – it was reported in the investigation. The Bellingcat reserchers reached the conclusion that the самохідна self-propelling fire addition with the identification numbers 3 * 2, photographed in June amid the armed convoy, heading from Kursk in the direction of the Ukrainian border, was the same BUK which was photographed by Paris Match in Eastern Ukraine.
The photographer of the French magazine Paris Match took pictures of the moving automobile. He was close and caught the side part of the BUK – its identification number and other identity signs carelessly painted over. On the truck platform company with the BUK, there was a telephone number. It belongs to a company in Donetsk which leases automobiles. The owner of the company later informed that his machine was stolen in June by pro-Russian separatists," – it was reported in the investigation.
In answer to the question of who could have launched the rocket of BUK, all the experts, including among them former soldiers of the 53-rd brigade PPO in Kursk, agree that the seperatists were not able to use the BUK. "There is no doubt that the order to shoot at MN 17 was given by a Russian officer," summarize the authors of the investigation.
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