Kiev, Ukraine. One of many reasons Kiev can not and will not abide by the terms of the Minsk Agreements is section 10, which says; “Pullout of all foreign armed formations, military equipment, and also mercenaries from the territory of Ukraine under OSCE supervision.” You will note that does say “territory of Ukraine.” We take a look today at a lot of people out of a job, and the hell out of Ukraine if Poroshenko ever kept the terms of the Minsk Agreements, mainly the US Army…
The combat training center that American troops helped establish in Ukraine plans to host brigade-sized rotations beginning in 2018, officials said. For those unaware, a US Army brigade is 3000 men at a time being sent into Ukraine in violation of the Minsk Agreements, that clearly call for ALL foreign troops to be removed from the Ukraine by the OSCE.
Building up the NATO-run, interoperable combat training center is part of an overall effort to boost Ukrainian forces in the face of “Russian aggression.” Is the excuse for the mass deployment of American forces there, not as a potential peace-keeping force as American intelligence has leaked to News Front.
The U.S. Army has steadily ratcheted up its activities across Europe in a bid to reassure America’s NATO allies since Russia’s invasion of Ukrainian territory in February 2014. Yes, you read that correctly. America officially claims the Russian Federation has invaded the Ukraine, which of course begs one question. If Russia did invade the Ukraine as the Pentagon asserts, then why did they stop in Donetsk and not continue to Lvov?
Since fighting broke out in 2014, the U.S. has committed $266 million in training and equipment to help Ukrainian forces secure its border and operate more effectively, according to the Army. Currently, another $350 million in lethal aid is headed to Kiev to “help” with the peace process in the Ukraine. After reading this, you begin to understand why Kiev never could, can or would keep the Minsk Agreements.
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