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Lavrov says they have incontrovertible evidence in the case of Crimean sabotage
13:19, 15 August 2016
Lavrov says they have incontrovertible evidence in the case of Crimean sabotage

He stressed that it is not just about video recordings of interrogations of the suspects

13:19, 15 August 2016

TASS

Russia has irrefutable evidence of Ukrainian authorities planned sabotage in Crimea long before now, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. He stressed that it is not just about video recordings of interrogations of the suspects.

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Russia has irrefutable evidence that the Ukrainian authorities have planned diversion in the Crimea long before now in order to destabilize the situation on the peninsula. This was announced by Sergei Lavrov, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry on Monday after a meeting with his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Yekaterinburg, reported by TASS.

"In addition to what you see on television, we have irrefutable evidence that it was a diversion, which was planned for a long time by the Main Directorate of Defence Intelligence of Ukraine and aimed to destabilize the situation in the Russian Crimea," - Lavrov said.

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According to him, Moscow "is ready to provide additional evidence to their Western partners, who are seriously interested, for this never happens again."

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