EMPR Video Chronicles ”Occupied Crimea”. February 28, 2014
EMPR continues Video Chronicles ”Occupied Crimea”. Discover Russian army criminal actions at the Ukrainian territory – Crimea peninsula as of February 28, 2014.
Feb 28, 2014. Russian military forces fully control the Kerch ferry in Crimea.
Feb 28, 2014. Don cossacks loaded into Russian military trucks in Crimea.
Feb 28, 2014. Russian militaries are blocking Ukrainian Navy HQ in Crimea. The patrols around the headquarters of the Ukrainian Navy in Sevastopol. Armed men, identified as fighters 810 Naval Infantry Brigade of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation. Eyewitnesses reported that several dozen armed men hiding in the car Ural. 2 officers of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation went inside to negotiate. Officers reported that the Russian militaries arrived to protect from provocations. On what basis they left the permanent base and are very close to the headquarters of the Ukrainian Navy is not reported.
Feb 28, 2014. Russian terrorists invade Ukraine and seize Crimea. As on February 28, 2014, Ukrainian Military HQ in Sevastopol is blocked by Russian like soldiers. Ukrainian Frontier Forces are blocked in Balaklava by armed people in Russian uniform with no signs (watch from 3:08). Balaklava Bay is blocked by Russian Navy (watch from 5:10). Belbeck Airport is blocked by unidentified military troops in Russian uniforms (watch from 6:30). (ENG subtitles).
Feb 28, 2014. Russian military forces seize the Ukrainian airports in Crimea. Ukraine’s interior minister has claimed that Russian forces have taken control of two airports in the Crimea region, Jeremy Barnes., ITN News reports. Arsen Avakov said there had been no bloodshed when men he described as Russian naval forces arrived at a military airport near Sevastopol where the Russian Black Sea fleet has a base. There were also no clashes when armed men he described as representing the Russian Federation also took over Simferopol international airport.
Feb 28, 2014. More Russian air force helicopters arrive to Crimea.
More video evidences of Russian military intervention in Ukraine’s territory of Crimea is available here.
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