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Merkel invites Putin to Germany for Ukraine peace talks


French president Hollande and Ukraine’s premier Poroshenko will also attend meeting

Angela Merkel has invited Russia’s Vladimir Putin for talks in Berlin on Wednesday to discuss the conflict in eastern Ukraine, at a time of sharply deteriorating relations between Moscow and the west.

French president François Hollande and Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine’s president, will also attend the meeting, to be held under the so-called Normandy format between the four leaders.

Ms Merkel downplayed expectations, saying “one shouldn’t expect miracles” from the meeting. She made it clear that the Berlin talks would touch on Syria as well as the Ukraine conflict.

“The situation has become even more disastrous there … and that is clearly because of Syrian and Russian air attacks which have hit helpless people, hospitals, doctors,” she said.

Relations between Russia and the west have plumbed new lows in recent weeks, largely because of developments in Syria. Last week Mr Putin called off a trip to Paris after Mr Hollande strongly criticised Russia’s role in the bombing campaign there. Ms Merkel is also considering pushing for EU sanctions against Moscow over Syria, despite opposition from within her own government.

Mr Putin’s trip to Berlin will be his first visit to Germany since the Ukraine crisis began in 2014. Ms Merkel last met the Russian president in Moscow in May last year.

The main focus of the talks will be the lack of progress on implementing the

the Minsk accord, the product of Normandy format talks held last year. The agreement was designed to stop the conflict between Ukrainian government troops and armed pro-Russia separatists that broke out shortly after Russia annexed Crimea in March 2014.

But fighting has continued to smoulder in eastern Ukraine ever since. Earlier this month, Ukraine’s defence minister, Stepan Poltorak, said 173 government soldiers had died since the beginning of the year. Exchanges of shelling and gunfire between the two sides are reported on an almost daily basis.

Russia and Ukraine blame each other for the lack of progress on Minsk. Ukraine has failed to introduce constitutional changes that would give a degree of autonomy to its eastern regions.

That has given Moscow an excuse not to withdraw its forces from the region and return control of the border to Kiev, as it is obliged to do under Minsk.

A statement from Mr Poroshenko’s office said the aim of Wednesday’s meeting would be “to put pressure on Russia to fulfil the security package of the Minsk agreements”.

Dmitry Peskov, Mr Putin’s spokesman, said the use of such language “shows how difficult the situation is and how Kiev does not intend to implement the obligations it took on under … Minsk”.

He added that the Kremlin was “still convinced that there is no alternative” to the Minsk accord, and that Mr Putin was prepared to “do everything in his power” to move the peace process along.

Berlin is playing down expectations of any breakthrough at the Berlin meeting. But officials hope talks will lead to a reduction in violence around some of the worst hotspots in the conflict.

Steffen Seibert, Ms Merkel’s spokesman, said last week that there would be no Normandy format meeting until there were signs of progress on the ground in implementing the Minsk deal. Yet so far the two sides have failed to disengage military and regularly exchange fire in a number of hotspots in the region.

Vitaly Churkin, Russia’s ambassador to the UN, said last week that the last time relations between Russia and the US were this strained was in 1973 — when the Yom Kippur war in the Middle East nearly led to military confrontation between the two cold war superpowers.

Moscow has come under intensifying criticism in the west over its air strikes on rebel-held eastern parts of Aleppo, with the US accusing Russia of supporting “barbarism” by backing Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad’s onslaught on the city. The US and the EU have both called for a war crimes investigation into the attacks. Mr Putin has dismissed the criticism as “rhetoric”.

On Monday, Moscow said that Russian and Syrian forces would halt their Aleppo offensive for eight hours on Thursday. UN agencies have said the pause is not long enough to allow people safely to leave besieged areas and get aid trucks into the city
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Putin is (finally) purging the Medvedev government
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While the word was focused in rapt attention on the outcome of the US Presidential election, Vladimir Putin did something quite amazing – he arrested Alexei Uliukaev, Minister of the Economy of the Medvedev government, on charges of extortion and corruption. Uliukaev, whose telephone had been tapped by the Russian Security Services since this summer, was arrested in the middle of the night in possession of 2 million US dollars. Putin officially fired him the next morning.

Russian official sources say that Uliukaev extorted a $2 million bribe for an assessment that led to the acquisition by Rosneft (a state run Russian oil giant) of a 50% stake in Bashneft (another oil giant). Apparently, Uliukaev tried to threaten Igor Sechin, the President of Rosneft and a person considered close to Vladimir Putin and the Russian security and intelligence services.

Yes, you read that right: according to the official version, a state-owned company gave a bribe to a member of the government. Does that make sense to you? How about a senior member of the government who had his telephone tapped and who has been under close surveillance by the Federal Security Service for over a year – does that make sense to you?

This makes no sense at all and the Russian authorities fully realize that. But that is the official version. So what is going on here? Do you think that there is a message from Putin here?

Of course there is!

Remember the corrupt Minister of Defense Anatolii Serdiukov? He was first fired from his position and only then arrested. But this time around, it is a member of the government which is arrested in the middle of the night. For a few hours, his subordinates could not even reach him – they had no idea what had happened to him. Was that a mistake? Hardly.

The way Uliukaev was detained was carefully choreographed to instill the strongest sense of fear possible in all the other 5 th columnists still in power because in so many ways Uliukaev was a symbol for all the the “Atlantic Integrationists” (those in the Kremlin who want to integrate Russia into the US controlled international security system): Uliukaev was a known liberal, just like Nikita Belykh, governor of Kirov Region, who was detained in a high-publicity arrest in June for taking a 400’000 Euros bribe. I would even say that Uliukaev could be considered the ultimate symbol of the Atlantic Integrationists and a faithful member of the Russian “liberal” (meaning the “Washington consensus” type) sect who, in the past had worked with Egor Gaidar and Alexei Kudrin and who now has been brought down by the Russian “siloviki”, the top officials of the so-called “power ministries” (defense, state security, intelligence).

This was immediately recognized by everybody and the main headline of the popular website Gazeta.ru could not be clearer, it read: “The Siloviki brought down Uliukaev” and featured a photo of the key actors of this drama, including the tough-looking man thought to have brought Uliukaev down, Sergei Korolev, the Head of the Economic Security service of the FSB (shown on photo here).


Sergei Korolev, the Head of the Economic Security service of the FSB

In April, I predicted that a government purge was in the making. I have to admit that I thought that this would have happened earlier. Apparently Putin decided to take action while Uncle Sam was busy with his own, internal, problems. If that is indeed the reason for the late timing, that says a lot about the power of the USA still wields in Russia. Some observers noticed that the arrest of Uliukaev took place after the telephone conversation between Trump and Putin, hinting that Trump might have given Putin the go ahead for the arrest. That is, of course, utter nonsense, but if that can make Putin look bad – it’s good enough for the 5th columnists.

The list of potential ‘candidates’ to be purged next is still long and includes names like the Deputy Prime Minister Arkadii Dvorkovich, the First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, the Governor of the Russian Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina, the Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov and, of course, Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev. Uliukaev was only one amongst many more. Still, he was definitely a top-level target and the manner in which he was arrested must have sent a chill down the spine of all the other 5th columnists in the Kremlin. Just the fact that his phone was tapped for so long is quite unthinkable and clearly points to the fact that nobody is safe from Putin’s purges. And that, by itself, is truly a most welcome change: every member of the Medvedev government now has been put on notice that his/her life is now spent under the close scrutiny of the FSB.

It really matters little what will happen to Uliukaev next. He has be formally arraigned, now his case will be further investigated and then Uliukaev will have his day in court (right now he has only be detained and he will be kept under house arrest for the next two months). Potentially, he faces 15 years in jail and a fine equivalent to 70 times the amount of the bribe he took. Judging by the case of Serdyukov, who is managed to escape any prison time thanks to a Presidential Amnesty for the 20 years of the Russian Constitution, Putin seem to be reluctant to inflict any form of retribution upon his enemies. But even if Uliukaev does not get to enjoy the fresh air of the Siberian taiga, he is already finished as a power broker, and that is all that really matters to Putin.

What matters here is that in the course of one night, a top level Russian Minister went from his Ministerial Offices to a holding cell and that absolutely nobody saw it coming or could prevent this. Yet again we have a case of 100% Putin style: no warnings of any kind, no hints even, just sudden dramatic action with an immediate result. His “handwriting” is clearly all over the case.

The reaction to this arrest in Russia was predictable, especially after sources in the security services told the Russian media that Arkadii Dvorkovich and Andrei Belousov were also under investigation. Anatolii Chubais, for example, declared that he was in “total shock”. Even better was the reaction of Prime Minister Medvedev who said that this development was at the “edge of his understanding”.

It will be interesting to observe the inevitable reaction from the Atlantic Integrationists: if they really feel defeated, they will pay lip-service to the need to “fight corruption on all levels” and generally keep a low profile. If they still have some fight in them, they will denounce a “Stalinist” crackdown, the return to “1930’s -like purges” and a “new campaign of terror” against democracy. The western corporate media, whose only “value” is money, will write about how the Russian “secret police” is cracking down on “business entrepreneurs” and how that will end up damaging the Russian economy. Basically, a repeat of the whining which we all heard when Putin dismantled the infamous semibankirshchina. As Elton John would say, we “have seen that movie too…”

As for the rabid Putin-hating nationalists, they will say that this is too little too late. For years they have been complaining about corruption and how top level officials were never investigated, and now that they seem to have gotten their wish, it’s “too little, too late”. But that doesn’t really matter, since they have almost as little credibility with the Russian general public as the pro-western parties like Iabloko or Parnass.

The main media outlets and political commentators are all giving Putin a standing ovation right now. That is hardly surprising since they are the ones who for many months now have been loudly and constantly complaining about the “economic bloc of the government”, meaning the pro-US 5th columnists inside the Medvedev government. Quite literally all the main political commentators have been begging and demanding a purge of this “economic bloc” and a radical change in the economic policies of Russia. Well, they got one villain purged, which is a good start, but there are no signs that more heads will roll or that the economic course of Russia will finally break from the Washington consensus kind of policies and be replaced it with much needed policy of internal growth. But then, knowing Putin, we should not expect any signs – only action.

In Russia, just as in the USA, changing the people is far easier than changing the system while the only way to achieve real change is, precisely, to change the system, not the people. So far, Putin has only succeeded in kicking some of the worst people out and, to his credit, getting some very good people in. Now that a threat of war with the USA is very substantially reduced and that Uncle Sam will be busy with his own, internal, struggles, I hope that Putin will finally take some very strong action to liberate Russia from the Washington consensus types and replace them with real patriots who will finally make it possible for Russia to become a truly sovereign country, even in the economic sense.

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US and EU agree to keep sanctions against Russia over Ukraine

Obama and top bloc leaders insist peace accord must be implemented

President Barack Obama and EU leaders agreed on Friday to keep economic sanctions imposed on Russia over the Ukraine crisis as they put on a show of transatlantic unity on the US leader’s farewell trip to Europe.

The move by six government heads at an informal summit in Berlin, hosted by Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel, dispelled suggestions that the sanctions might be eased because of president-elect Donald Trump’s expressed sympathies for Moscow.
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François Hollande, French president, and prime ministers Theresa May of the UK, Matteo Renzi of Italy and Mariano Rajoy of Spain joined Mr Obama and Ms Merkel to discuss other international challenges, including Syria.
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On Ukraine, the six government heads said sanctions must remain until the Minsk peace accord agreed in 2015 was implemented. Ms Merkel said: “The situation in Ukraine has not improved … there is a lack of visible progress on Minsk.”
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House passes intelligence bill aimed at thwarting Russia's 'influence over people & govts'
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The House of Representatives has passed an intelligence bill aimed at tackling what Washington claims is political interference by Russia on a global level.

The 93-page bill, passed by the House in a 390-30 vote on Wednesday, calls for setting up a new, interagency panel to suppress Russia's alleged attempts to "exert covert influence over peoples and governments," The Washington Post reported.

The draft legislation goes on to state that the panel would be tasked with "countering active measures by Russia to exert covert influence, including exposing falsehoods, agents of influence, corruption, human rights abuses, terrorism and assassinations carried out by the security services or political elites of the Russian Federation or their proxies.”

The bill could be seen in direct opposition to President-elect Donald Trump's plan to strengthen relations with Moscow.

In addition to thwarting Russia's alleged interference, the bill also outlines funding for efforts to foil attacks and deny terrorists safe harbor in Iraq, Syria, North Africa, and other locations. It aims to strengthen counter-intelligence and address threats from adversaries in cyberspace, space and at sea.

It also updates whistleblower procedures in the intelligence community and requires a declassification review of intelligence reports on detainees transferred out of Guantanamo Bay by President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush.

The Senate is expected to vote on the bill before the end of the year.

Also Wednesday, the six Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee sent a letter to President Obama, seeking declassification of information about Russia's alleged meddling in the US presidential election.

“We believe there is additional information concerning the Russian government and the US election that should be declassified and released to the public,” they wrote in the letter. "We are conveying specifics through classified channels."

Moscow has dismissed claims that it meddled in the US presidential election as "nonsense," with President Vladimir Putin calling the accusation an attempt to distract American voters from domestic issues.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov recently told Italian newspaper Corriere della sera that there is still no proof of Moscow’s alleged meddling in the US presidential elections, calling the accusations “myth-making with a goal to solve the short-term political objectives.”

“No promised ‘evidence’ of interference in the electoral process has been presented neither to the American, nor to the international public,” Lavrov said.

https://www.rt.com/usa/368776-house-...ian-influence/
 
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I haven't been following the Ukraine situation for awhile now and wasn't aware that Motorola had been murdered by the Soros financed criminals who are bleeding Ukraine. I remember watching some of his interviews when this globalist theft of Ukraine started, he was an inspiration to patriots everywhere. In the future he will be remembered as a great patriot and hero, the murderous sons of bitches in Kiev working for the jew NWO will go in the history books as nameless traitors and criminal scum.

The USA, under the Trump administration, should arrest Soros, Obama, and Kerry and extradite them to the Russian Federation where they can be tried for war crimes and then either shot or hanged. Hanging is preferable in these type cases, firing squads should be reserved for a higher class of criminal and military. Hillary played her part in setting up the Ukrainian "regime change" but her other crimes overshadows that by far so she, and her entire cartel, should be tried and hanged here for her domestic crimes. Sending these war criminals to Russia would be a gesture of good faith toward the people of Russia and would do much to restore relations between our countries. It would also send a strong message to treasonous psychopaths everywhere that selling out to the jew has serious consequences.
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Putin is (finally) purging the Medvedev government

While the word was focused in rapt attention on the outcome of the US Presidential election, Vladimir Putin did something quite amazing – he arrested Alexei Uliukaev, Minister of the Economy of the Medvedev government, on charges of extortion and corruption. Uliukaev, whose telephone had been tapped by the Russian Security Services since this summer, was arrested in the middle of the night in possession of 2 million US dollars. Putin officially fired him the next morning.

Russian official sources say that Uliukaev extorted a $2 million bribe for an assessment that led to the acquisition by Rosneft (a state run Russian oil giant) of a 50% stake in Bashneft (another oil giant). Apparently, Uliukaev tried to threaten Igor Sechin, the President of Rosneft and a person considered close to Vladimir Putin and the Russian security and intelligence services.
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A successor of Mr. Ulyukayev was appointed - http://vnnforum.com/showpost.php?p=2...&postcount=256
 
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Medvedev is still Prime Minister. Wouldn't he also be responsible for the conduct of people under him while he served as President?
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Medvedev is still Prime Minister. Wouldn't he also be responsible for the conduct of people under him while he served as President?
I doubt that Medvedev will be removed from office because of this incident.




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I would like to clarify my colleague’s question and put a question of my own. Do you still have confidence in the Government as a whole following Mr Ulyukayev’s arrest? My second question concerns the OPEC meeting scheduled for the end of November. How realistic is it in your opinion that they will reach an agreement on limiting production, how important would this be for Russia, and are there any plans or proposals for Russian companies to take similar steps on their side? Thank you.



Vladimir Putin:

Regarding the sad news about our Economy Minister’s arrest, this has not changed my view of the Government as a whole. The Government is doing its job professionally, despite the criticism it receives, which is only natural. The Government is always in the public spotlight, after all, with people analysing every step it takes. All of us make mistakes at times in our work. Perhaps that Government could do some things faster, but overall, let me say again, I believe they are doing quite an effective job and are producing results in the difficult conditions in which we have to work.

By the way, when I met earlier with Ms Lagarde, I discussed precisely this subject with her and the IMF’s assessment coincides with my own on the work of the Government economic and financial blocks and the Central Bank."

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PROMINENT DPR COMMANDER MIKHAIL ‘GIVI’ TOLSTYKH KILLED IN EASTERN UKRAINE


Mikhail ”Givi” Tolstykh

The legendary commander of the Somali battalion of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) Mikhail Tolstykh, popular with his nickname “Givi” has been killed in his office in Donetsk.

The first reports from Russian media have suggested that an explosive detonated and killed Givi. The DPR officials have labeled it as a “terrorist act” and that they’ll do everything possible to find the ones behind the assault. The news comes as the self-proclaimed republics of DPR and LPR have been witnessing the largest military activities since the signing of the Minsk-2 agreement.

Givi is yet another victim of such assault as earlier this week LPR’s colonel Oleg Anashtenko died in a similar case when his car was blown up.

In October 2016, another legendary commander, Aresen Pavlov “Motorola”, was killed in an explosion in his home. (more here and here)

Although it’s early to conclude anything, the fact that such a high rank officer of the DPR was killed in his office signals that there are internal problems in the break-away republic. Also, Givi’s death will demotivate the army of DPR, or at least the one of his battalion as we’ve seen with the “Ghost brigade” of LPR after the death of their commander Alexsey Mozgovoy.

https://southfront.org/dprs-givi-dead-in-an-explosion/
 
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PROMINENT DPR COMMANDER MIKHAIL ‘GIVI’ TOLSTYKH KILLED IN EASTERN UKRAINE


Mikhail ”Givi” Tolstykh

The legendary commander of the Somali battalion of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) Mikhail Tolstykh, popular with his nickname “Givi” has been killed in his office in Donetsk.

The first reports from Russian media have suggested that an explosive detonated and killed Givi. The DPR officials have labeled it as a “terrorist act” and that they’ll do everything possible to find the ones behind the assault. The news comes as the self-proclaimed republics of DPR and LPR have been witnessing the largest military activities since the signing of the Minsk-2 agreement.

Givi is yet another victim of such assault as earlier this week LPR’s colonel Oleg Anashtenko died in a similar case when his car was blown up.

In October 2016, another legendary commander, Aresen Pavlov “Motorola”, was killed in an explosion in his home. (more here and here)

Although it’s early to conclude anything, the fact that such a high rank officer of the DPR was killed in his office signals that there are internal problems in the break-away republic. Also, Givi’s death will demotivate the army of DPR, or at least the one of his battalion as we’ve seen with the “Ghost brigade” of LPR after the death of their commander Alexsey Mozgovoy.

https://southfront.org/dprs-givi-dead-in-an-explosion/
There are Somalis fighting in Ukraine?

It's no coincidence Poroshenko and the other jew puppets running Ukraine have ramped up hostilities again. They want to screw up Trump making friends with Putin.
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Somali is just the name of the battalion.

The battalion took the name "Somalia" because, according to its former commander Mikhail Tolstykh, its members are as fearless as Somali pirates

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Somalia_Battalion


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MOSCOW, Feb. 18 (Xinhua) -- Residents in eastern Ukraine with valid identification documents are allowed to enter Russia without visa starting Saturday, the Kremlin announced.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an executive order on temporarily recognizing identification documents issued by eastern Ukrainian authorities to permanent residents, according to a Kremlin statement.

As a result, Ukrainian citizens and stateless persons permanently living in certain parts of eastern Ukraine's Donetsk and Lugansk regions can enter the Russian Federation without applying for visas, it read.

ZOG says:

Putin's decree is a "violation of international law," Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was quoted by RIA Novosti news agency as saying.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/20..._136066824.htm
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MOSCOW, Feb. 18 (Xinhua) -- Residents in eastern Ukraine with valid identification documents are allowed to enter Russia without visa starting Saturday, the Kremlin announced.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an executive order on temporarily recognizing identification documents issued by eastern Ukrainian authorities to permanent residents, according to a Kremlin statement.

As a result, Ukrainian citizens and stateless persons permanently living in certain parts of eastern Ukraine's Donetsk and Lugansk regions can enter the Russian Federation without applying for visas, it read.

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Putin's decree is a "violation of international law," Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was quoted by RIA Novosti news agency as saying.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/20..._136066824.htm
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PROMINENT DPR COMMANDER MIKHAIL ‘GIVI’ TOLSTYKH KILLED IN EASTERN UKRAINE


Mikhail ”Givi” Tolstykh

The legendary commander of the Somali battalion of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) Mikhail Tolstykh, popular with his nickname “Givi” has been killed in his office in Donetsk.

The first reports from Russian media have suggested that an explosive detonated and killed Givi. The DPR officials have labeled it as a “terrorist act” and that they’ll do everything possible to find the ones behind the assault. The news comes as the self-proclaimed republics of DPR and LPR have been witnessing the largest military activities since the signing of the Minsk-2 agreement.

Givi is yet another victim of such assault as earlier this week LPR’s colonel Oleg Anashtenko died in a similar case when his car was blown up.

In October 2016, another legendary commander, Aresen Pavlov “Motorola”, was killed in an explosion in his home. (more here and here)

Although it’s early to conclude anything, the fact that such a high rank officer of the DPR was killed in his office signals that there are internal problems in the break-away republic. Also, Givi’s death will demotivate the army of DPR, or at least the one of his battalion as we’ve seen with the “Ghost brigade” of LPR after the death of their commander Alexsey Mozgovoy.

https://southfront.org/dprs-givi-dead-in-an-explosion/
I remember reading about this DPR commander, Givi here on VNN when the whole Maidan thing started. This is the commander who captured the Ukrainian soldiers who were shelling Dombas, I believe with artillery shells and he made them kneel while thumping this huge knife on their shoulders/heads. They didn't know if they were going to be killed right then and there, but he took his knife and started cutting the shoulder patch off their uniform and made them eat it. When he came to the Ukrainian commander, he asked him if he knew who he, Givi was? The officer responded in the negative. Givi began cutting the insignia patch off the shoulder of commander and stuck it in his mouth. I wonder if he died of internal obstruction... no matter. And then he said to him, "Now you know me.”

This is a terrible loss. But why do I hear of all the DPR soldiers being assassinated like Motorola and Givi? This guys were knocked off in their apartments or in their offices. Why don’t they do like Hezbollah does? They for security reasons never sleep in the same spot twice. Always rotating. And why don’t they assassinate the commanders of the Maiden Army? Just thinking out loud. Too bad about Givi. He was a great soldier and commander.
 
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MOSCOW, Feb. 18 (Xinhua) -- Residents in eastern Ukraine with valid identification documents are allowed to enter Russia without visa starting Saturday, the Kremlin announced.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an executive order on temporarily recognizing identification documents issued by eastern Ukrainian authorities to permanent residents, according to a Kremlin statement.

As a result, Ukrainian citizens and stateless persons permanently living in certain parts of eastern Ukraine's Donetsk and Lugansk regions can enter the Russian Federation without applying for visas, it read.

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