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Ex-Defense Minister told who decided to withdraw army from Crimea in 2014
12:10, 7 February 2018
Ex-Defense Minister told who decided to withdraw army from Crimea in 2014

The decision was taken at the meeting of National Security Council on initiatives of current Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak (ex-head of the National Guard) and ex-head of the Presidential Administration Serhiy Pashynsky

12:10, 7 February 2018

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The decision to withdraw Ukrainian Army from Crimea in 2014 was taken on the initiative of ex-head of the National Guard (current Defense Minister) Stepan Poltorak and ex-head of the Presidential Administration Serhiy Pashynsky. Ex-Defense Minister Ihor Tenyukh said this during the questioning, according to the lawyer of Viktor Yanukovych Vitaliy Serdyuk in Facebook.

He also made public the scan copies of the questioning.

“After the seizure of the Navy headquarters, I reported at the meeting of the National Security and Defense Council on the situation in Crimea and on the results of Army deployment in Shyrokyi Lan area. I firmly insisted to breakthrough to Crimea. And Serhiy Pashynsky said: “It’s all clear with the minister, he wants war, let’s hear out other members.”  Stepan Poltorak took word after me. He was the head of the National Guard. What he literally said was: “I suggest we withdraw our units from the Crimea with our flags proudly raised,” says the published fragments of the protocol.

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