August 27th, 2016 – Fort Russ News –
– Cont.ws – translated by J. Flores –
President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine has not been in contact with the head of the Russian government Vladimir Putin since August 7th, when an attempted attack was thwarted in the Crimea, said the Ukrainian president’s administration.
“After the Russian government’s baseless accusations against Ukraine of conducting sabotage operations in the occupied Crimea, official conversations between the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin have not happened. Following with the August 7th, 2016 incident, there has been no official contacts between the administrations of the presidents of Ukraine and Russia ” says the “Apostrophe” (newspaper), according to a statement of the presidential administration of Ukraine.
On August 11th, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko instructed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to initiate a conversation with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
Recall President Putin, speaking of the Russian FSB forces who prevented terrorist attacks in the Crimea, declared that the “Normandy format” in such conditions makes no sense.
According to the newspaper VIEW, discussing Ukraine’s fate for the umpteenth time will now happen without the participation of Ukraine. The heads of Russia, France and Germany, as it became known on Tuesday the 23rd, agreed to meet and discuss the situation in Ukraine with each other, without Poroshenko. It is noteworthy that at the same time that Kiev suddenly made it clear that it was ready for an agreement on the cultivation of the warring parties in the Donbass.
Recall also, on August 10th, the Russian Federal Security Service prevented two attempts by subversive and terrorist groups to break into the Crimea, organized by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. This attempt to break in was also to conduct a false flag with a massive bombardment from the neighboring state onto armored vehicles of the armed forces of Ukraine. As a result, the Russian FSB officer died and one military member. All saboteurs were detained and gave a confession.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko refused to take responsibility for captured terrorists in Crimea.