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Заявление Генерального секретаря НАТО в связи с нападением на Мариуполь
24 Jan. 2015

Заявление Генерального секретаря НАТО в связи с нападением на Мариуполь

Произошла резкая эскалация боевых действий на востоке Украины, и имеются признаки крупномасштабного наступления поддерживаемых Россией сепаратистов в нескольких точках в Донецкой и Луганской областях, а также на город Мариуполь. Это явное пренебрежение соглашением о прекращении огня. В результате обстрела жилых районов города Мариуполь с территории, контролируемой сепаратистами, по меньшей мере 20 мирных граждан погибли, и многие были ранены.

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