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Ukraine appoints ‘Russian agent’ as Army chief, claims that the Crimea was lost long before 2014

Ukraine appoints ‘Russian agent’ as Army chief, claims that the Crimea was lost long before 2014

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In a major development, the newly appointed Chief of the General Staff of Ukraine and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Ruslan Khomchak, acknowledged that the Crimea actually became Russian long before 2014. Of note to readers, is that General Khomchak is widely reviled in ultra-nationalist circles that comprise the volunteer battalions that are sanctioned by the UAF. He is accused across their media and campaigns as a traitor and ‘Russian agent’. According to UNIAN, the general said that he had the impression that Crimea was already Russian when he went to there to rest in 2010, having bought a ticket to a vacation spot in Alupka. He said that he was “shocked” by what he saw in the city, and decided not to go there again to rest. “It was a bad remnant of the Soviet Union … I asked myself the question, am I in Ukraine? I did not understand where I was. So, the seizure of the Crimea began much earlier, ” quotes the words of Khomchak UNIAN. Comment: And just…
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