There are a number of reasons why NATO wants to fake another Russian military intrusion into Ukraine.
First, it has the intention of encircling Russia with more military bases to supplement US multi-faceted yet ineffective sanctions against Russia.
Second, if you may recall, there are troops cornered by Eastern Ukraine militia for which Putin just recently allowed to enter Russia. This is another black eye for the coup installed government of Ukraine.
Third, Ukraine is losing control over its own Kiev population, which recently stormed its defense department building and the presidential palace.
Indeed, Poroshenko has a lot to worry about.
Nato plans east European bases to counter Russian threat
Nato is to deploy its forces at new bases in eastern Europe for the first time, in response to the Ukraine crisis and in an attempt to deter Vladimir Putin from causing trouble in the former Soviet Baltic republics, according to its chief.
Putin calls on Ukraine militia to let blocked Kiev troops to cross into Russia
Edited time: August 29, 2014 00:07
President Putin has called on the self-defense militias in Ukraine to provide Kiev’s military units blocked in the east of the country with a safe humanitarian corridor to cross into Russia.
“It is clear the militia has achieved a major success in intercepting Kiev’s military operation, which represents a grave danger to the population of Donbass and which has already led to the loss of many lives among peaceful residents,”the Russian leader said in a statement.
As a result of militias’ counter-offense, large numbers of Ukrainian troops – many of whom were taking part in Kiev’s so-called anti-terrorist operation “against their will” and “just following orders” – have been surrounded, the President added.
‘Kiev, rise up!’ Protesters demand ouster of Ukrainian president, defense minister
Edited time: August 28, 2014 20:34
Hundreds of people have gathered in front of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry in Kiev, demanding resignation of President Petro Poroshenko and the defense minister over the poor handling of the military operation in the southeast.
The demonstrators, many of whom were mothers and wives of the soldiers involved in the fighting in the Donetsk and Lugansk Regions, have blocked traffic at one of the capital’s arterial roads, the Vozdukhoflotsky Boulevard.
They called on the army to urgently send reinforcements, including tanks and other heavy military vehicles, to the city of Ilovaysk in the Donetsk Region.
This strategic town was retaken by the self-defense forces after several days of fighting on Wednesday, which led to the encirclement of a large group of Kiev’s troops.
The protesters also insisted on the resignation of defense minister Valery Geletey and all other top commanders of Kiev’s so-called “anti-terrorist operation” in southeast Ukraine.
A group of youths tried to hustle away the soldiers guarding the entrance to the building and make their way into the Defense Ministry, RIA-Novosti news agency reports.
But they were asked to stand down by other rally participants, who didn’t want their action to be discredited.
The commander of the Donbass battalion, fighting against the militia in southeast Ukraine, Semyon Semyontchenko, has talked to the crowd via a bullhorn, asking the protesters to “show unity.”
After several hours outside the Defense Ministry, the demonstrators moved toward the presidential administration building.
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