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One of our readers sent to us the pictures below. The images were made on ninth of June at the Záhony border crossing on the early afternoon on the Hungarian side, the special convoy of vehicles went to Ukraine.
Over 1700 foreign and domestic troops are involved in what promises to be the year's biggest test of logistics abilities for the NATO forces and their partner countries.
Over the course of this week alone over 300 troops will be coming from about 20 countries, and will be operating nearly 250 pieces of military logistics equipment, which have not been specified.
We tried to ask for information from the Ukrainian Border Police, but unfortunately we did not get an answer. Based on the images it seems to be military equipment.
Is the criminal puppet from Georgia must try to start war against Russia again and will attack Transnistria?
In the East only 26 percent favor being closer to Russia as do 20 percent in the South. Even in the rebel-held areas of the Donbass less than half (45 percent) favor stronger relations with Russia.
Very large majorities in all regions reject Putin’s position that Russia has the right to intervene in other countries to protect Russian citizens and Russian speakers (87 percent overall). In the rebel-held areas views are divided. Russian speakers themselves overwhelmingly reject it.
originally posted by: Nibbles
Are you willing to contemplate this :
In his address to the Russian Parliament on 18 April 2014, in which President Putin justified the annexation of the Crimea, he stressed the humiliation Russia had suffered due to many broken promises by the West, including the alleged promise not to enlarge NATO beyond the borders of a reunited Germany.
Putin touched a responsive chord among his audience. For more than 20 years the narrative of the alleged “broken promise” of not enlarging NATO eastward is part and parcel of Russia’s post-Soviet identity. It is hardly surprising, therefore, that this narrative has resurfaced in the context of the Ukraine crisis. Dwelling on the past remains the most convenient tool to distract from the present.
Yet even these additional sources do not change the fundamental conclusion: there have never been political or legally binding commitments of the West not to extend NATO beyond the borders of a reunified Germany.
originally posted by: Nibbles
With a rather "LARGE" hint of sarcasm...
Most of us know darned well that the MSM in most Western countries will say that this is for humanitarian reasons as usual to keep the populace happy and doped down before heading off to switch channels to a reality show...
Thanks for the thread and links... will follow closely as living in Europe and not far from all those troubled borders.