Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, one of the leaders of the banned in Russia as extremist organization "the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people" Mustafa Dzhemilev said that Western countries are preparing for the collapse of Russia. He told about it in interview to the Ukrainian edition of "Explorer".
"Don't know if this is true, but I heard that in the West even prepare the troops "commandos" in case of emergency, to take control of nuclear facilities. And teams to provide humanitarian aid in case of threats to the flow of refugees. There are ready for anything just in case," — said Dzhemilev to the question about the possibility of the disintegration of the Russian Federation. The politician did not specify the source from where he got this information.
Cemil constantly issuing public statements about the policy of Russia and the situation in Crimea. So, three days earlier, was published his statement that the Ukrainian forces in 2014 could prevent the reunification of the Peninsula with Russia, but did nothing.
In January the leader of the Mejlis admitted, Ukraine will not be able to return to the Crimea by military means. He also expressed the opinion that the return of the region to Kiev will not help even improve living standards in Ukraine.
Crimea reunited with Russia following a referendum in 2014. In Kiev refused to recognize the voting results and called the Peninsula Ukrainian territory. Moscow, in turn, indicates compliance with the procedures for the reunification of the Crimea with Russia the norms of international law.
Military helicopter Mi-2 of the Armed forces of Ukraine crashed near the city of Kramatorsk in Donetsk region. In the helicopter there were five people: three crew members and two passengers. They all died. According to the preliminary version, the fall of the aircraft occurred as a result of collision with power lines.
Russia cannot be trusted, the Russian leaders respect only the language of force and communicate with them exclusively by giving a collective response. Such theses outlined by the Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin in his article, Putin's desire for a new Russian empire won't stop with Ukraine, published March 25 in The Guardian.
Fire and explosions at an ammunition depot in Balakleya (Kharkiv oblast) resulted in 243 damage to buildings. "Suffered injuries of different degree 243 of the building, including 117 apartment buildings, 87 private houses" — said Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Gennady Zubko.
The head of the Federation Council Committee on rules Vadim Tulpanov proposed to introduce criminal liability for gross violation of public order while driving. The document proposes to expand the list of aggravating circumstances of article 213 of the Russian Criminal code ("Hooliganism").
Skier Olga Repnina, who won the skiathlon in the championship of Russia, commented on his performance at the tournament. Replacin noted that he would like to do all of the races, but will make decisions based on their well-being. She praised the willingness of the track in Khanty-Mansiysk.
Russian woman Dina Averina won three gold medals on the second day of the third stage of Gran-at on rhythmic gymnastics in the French Article. Averina excelled in exercises with Hoop, ball and clubs. Another Russian, Yulia Bravikova won gold (ribbon), two silver medals (Hoop, clubs) and bronze (ball).