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US troops arrive in Ukraine for training exercises
Cat : Peace And Security
Date : 18/04/2015                      Reader : 58

H.D.A : US IS A TROUBLE MAKER TRYING TO INFORCE CONFLICTS EVERY WHERE!!WHY SHOULD US INVOLVE ITSELF IN SENDING TROOPS TO UKRAINE?!!WHERE IS UN?!!WE ARE SURE US WILL PUSH UKRAINE TO WAR RATHER THAN PEACE!!HENREY KISSINGER POINTED OUT THAT US IS PREPARING FOR WWIII,AGAINST RUSSIA ND CHINA!!WE CONDEMN US FOREIGN POLICY THREATENING WORLD COMMUNITY WITH NEW WAR!!TRAINING WILL LEAD TO ARMING UKRAINE WITH SOPHESTICATED WEAPONS TO CRUSH DOWN EAST UKRAINE FULL OF RUSSIAN UKRAINIAN PATRIOTS!!WE REGRET SUCH CRIMINAL ACT OF COWBOYS AND RED INDIANS WHO EXPORT TERRORISM TO FOUR CORNERS OF THE WORLD!!

 

 

lasvegassun           18-4-2015

 

  US troops arrive in Ukraine for training exercises

 

MOSCOW (AP) — About 300 US Army paratroopers have arrived in Ukraine for training exercises with national guard units, a move criticized by the Kremlin and eastern Ukraine's Russia-backed separatist rebels.

The troops, from the Italy-based 173rd Airborne Brigade, are to spend several weeks training a total of about 900 Ukrainian national guardsmen. The guardsmen are to come from units including the Azov Battalion, a far-right formation notorious for using an insignia used by many military units in Nazi Germany.

Though fighting has diminished substantially since a February cease-fire deal, clashes continue and each side accuses the other of wanting to resume the conflict.

On Friday, the UN Human Rights Commissioner's office said at least 6,116 people have been killed since the fighting broke out a year ago.

 


 
 
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