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Implemented martial law in February 2014 could stop Crimea annexation, - Golomsha
15:40, 29 February 2016
Implemented martial law in February 2014 could stop Crimea annexation, - Golomsha

Also the publication of National Security Council meeting transcript is unacceptable

15:40, 29 February 2016

112 Agency

Introduced martial law in February 2014 could make it possible to stop the annexation of Crimea. Such an opinion in an exclusive interview with TV channel "112 Ukraine" was expressed by Mykola Golomsha who held the Deputy Prosecutor General position in 2014 .

“Olexander Turchynov indeed, was the only person who said that we need to implement a state of emergency, but because the situation was quite ambiguous, it wasn’t possible to control it, "- said Golomsha.

Mykola Golomsha stressed that disclosure of such information as the National Security Council meeting transcript is unacceptable.

Earlier we reported about publishing National Security Council transcripts on annexation of Crimea

"I think that in situation of army forces mobilization, and providing control over all unit commanders, it was possible to stop the annexation of Crimea. I certify that Turchynov quite fundamentally and even harshly commented on this situation”, - reported Mykola Golomsha.

Related: National Security Council transcripts on annexation of Crimea published

Related: Ukraine to sue Russia for illegal annexation of Crimea

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