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So both sides have violated the agreement...you really need to do some better research.
It`s the Ukrainian army who attacks/shells and the Separatists who react to that, but that`s not something which you will here in our Western media...
Funny how you guys are always blabbing around about propaganda, but all you do is posting it and believing it.
Looking at the past, and again close to a NATO summit...it were probably the Ukrainians themselves again trying to make it look like the Separatists are shooting at them
But it was a break in order to re-group and re-arm and probably will end up re-attacking the eastern region again .The west is not interested in Ukraine fixing their economy it would seem and without that part being addressed you could probably expect to completely fall apart .
SO then nothing different than when the Russians had their so called humanitarian aid to the separatists where they came back to fight with more ammo, better weapons, and more fighters.
If the West were not interested we wouldn't be giving them the aid we are.
The Ukraine gov't will not completely fall apart as their is too much interest in seeing Ukraine succeed with what they want to do.
Funny because I heard that the State Dept. gets its news from social media .Funny that eh
She explained how the State Department uses social media and the Internet to broaden the U.S. public diplomacy mission. It starts with a daily press briefing, the transcript and video of which is posted daily on the State Department website. This is the only government office, other than the White House to have daily press briefings.
“This defines the transparency of the work we do, and helps us set a daily guidance for world issues,” she said. “Every piece of work we do touches a digital platform -- every meeting is transmitted digitally to enable a global conversation -- this is our challenge.”