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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 10 April 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 10 April 2014 1. Situation in Eastern Ukraine The Security Service administration building in Luhansk continues to be occupied by “separatist” groups. According to reports there are some 500 people in the building and several hundred surrounding it. In Donetsk, the Oblast State Administration building is also occupied by “separatist” groups. [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 9 April 2014

1. Situation in Eastern Ukraine In Donetsk, negotiations are under way between the ‘separatist’ groups that continue to occupy the Donetsk State Administration building. The governor of Donetsk, S. Taruta, stated that all possible measures will be taken to ensure that the crisis is solved in a peaceful manner without casualties. About 200 people are [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 8 April 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 8 April 2014 1. Situation in Kharkiv The Kharkiv Oblast Administration building was cleared of the “separatist” group that occupied the building on the night of 6 April in an operation by a Ministry of Internal Affairs unit. Some 70 people were detained. 2. Situation in Donetsk “Separatist” elements who seized [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 7 April 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 7 April 2014 1. Unrest in Eastern Ukraine Pro-Russian separatist “demonstrations” took place in Kharkiv, Donetsk and Luhansk. The Donetsk Oblast State Administration building was seized by the demonstrators; in Luhansk demonstrators seized the Security Service of Ukraine building – some 8 people were injured; in Kharkiv pro-Russian protestors attacked a [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 4 April 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 4 April 2014   1. Situation in Crimea The evacuation of Ukrainian military personnel from Crimea continues. 550 Ukrainian navy personnel left Sevastopol for mainland Ukraine with their families. They left flying Ukrainian flags and the flags of the Ukrainian navy. According to the Ministry of Defense, remaining Ukrainian military personnel [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 3 April 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 3 April 2014   1. Situation in Crimea The evacuation of Ukrainian military personnel and materiel from Crimea continues. Armed Forces Captain V. Demyanenko was freed from captivity. An estimated 1500 Ukrainian military personnel remain in Crimea. The Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people has begun work on the organization of [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 2 April 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 2 April 2014 1. Situation in Crimea The evacuation of Ukrainian military personnel from Crimea continues. The Ministry of Defense reports that 1059 people have been evacuated – 385 officers, 547 sergeants and soldiers, and 125 family members (38 children) of military personnel. Most are being evacuated to Kherson, Mykolaiv, Kyiv, [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 1 April 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 1 April 2014   1. Situation in Crimea One of the leaders of the Crimean Tatar people, MP M. Dzhemiliev, spoke yesterday at the UN Security Council. He stressed several threats facing the Crimean Tatars, including the fact that Crimean “self-defence” units, and “Cossacks” are “openly discussing the necessity to again [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 31 March 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 31 March 2014 1. Situation in Crimea According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, the number of Russian troops in Crimea continues to increase. The Ministry reports that in Armyansk and Krasnoperekopsk, Russian military personnel are being given private apartments. The Ministry also reports that the Migration Service of [&hellip


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Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 28 March 2014

Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 28 March 2014 1. Situation in Crimea The Kherson Oblast State Administration (directly north of Crimea) reports that the number of cars leaving Crimea has tripled from about 2000 a day to about 6000. MP Mustafa Dzemiliev, one of the leaders of the Crimean Tatar people, speaking at the Council of [&hellip


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