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Sunday, March 15, 2015

About Putin's "disappearance"_Colonel Cassad

About Putin's "disappearance"











On the topic of persistent questions asked in the comments regarding "Putin's disappearance" from the media field.

My

personal subjective view is that he will show up in public in the

coming few days. Furthermore, this appearance will be associated with

the development of the situation in the Ukraine, which is currently

hanging in the balance, on the border of a large-scale war. Actually,

the way I see it is that the effective undermining of the Minsk

agreements by the junta is a sufficient reason for him to think and

prepare to make certain decisions.

Today is the last official day

when the Verkhovnaya Rada of Ukraine should pass a bill that implements

the special status of the former Donetsk and Lugansk regions. If this

decision won't be made today, then this will be a direct violation of

the "complex of measures for the implementation of the Minsk

agreements". The temporal interval between the 15th and the 20th of

March also starts tomorrow. This interval is indicated by various

sources as a possible time of the resumption of large-scale military

action by the initiative of the Kiev junta. Russia will react to the

possible collapse of the agreements in one way or another. It is quite

possible that we are currently approaching a bifurcation point, where

the situation in the Ukraine will start to change significantly. So I

believe that in the coming days the Kremlin will determine its strategy

and make it public, one way or another (I suppose that the strategy is

already determined in private, considering the military situation in the

DPR) and Putin will make a part of this strategy public.



Original article: http://b4in.us/1BmprL60106.html (in Russian)

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