Senator: the desertion of the Ukrainian sailors said about the degradation of the state

Senator: the desertion of the Ukrainian sailors said about the degradation of the state


MOSCOW, March 11. Mass desertion of officers of the Ukrainian Navy says about the degradation of the Ukrainian state, said first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security Frants Klintsevich. He said this to journalists, commenting on the message of the Odessa newspaper “Duma” that the working group of the General staff and the defense Ministry of Ukraine have revealed multiple evidence of separation among the seamen and officers of naval forces of Ukraine (vmsu).

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On the eve of the publication published excerpts from the private report of the working group, according to which “in 2015 military units may perform voluntarily left 559 servicemen, of which found only 122, since the beginning of this year deserted 87 sailors returned only 13”. “In the act States that fathers-commanders not only not looking for deserters, but also hide the fact shoots. On 286 soldiers who left parts, there is no information in the documents no Navy at all,” says the publication “Duma”.

Mass desertion of officers of the Ukrainian Navy, the lack of progress in the implementation of the Minsk agreements Kiev, attacks on diplomatic missions of the Russian Federation, the recent blocking of trucks with Russian numbers – “same things”, said the Klintsevich. “They show a deep degradation of the Ukrainian state, its decomposition. In fact it has almost incapacitated, only exists de jure. Moreover, these processes are on the rise,” he said.

According to the Senator, “the West has not yet fully comprehended that the final collapse of the statehood in Ukraine will blow up the situation in Europe”. “And it will be much more serious than the problem of refugees from the Middle East”, – said the Klintsevich. “That’s what, in my opinion, should first attend the EU but not anti-Russian sanctions”, – concluded the MP.