Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Σκληρός στο διάγγελμά του ο Β.Γιανούκοβιτς: "Οι δράστες θα λογοροτήσουν"

Σε έκτακτο διάγγελμα πριν λίγα λεπτά, ο εκλεγμένος πρόεδρος της Ουκρανίας Βίκτορ Γιανουκόβιτς περίπου, κι ενώ συνεχίζονται οι συγκρούσεις μεταξύ των αστυνομικών δυνάμεων και των φιλοδυτικών εξτρεμιστών διαδηλωτών στο κέντρο του Κιέβου, ανέφερε ότι «ακόμη δεν είναι πολύ αργά για τον τερματισμό της σύγκρουσης» αλλά και ότι η εξέγερση συνιστά "κατάφωρη παραβίαση του νόμου και οι δράστες θα εμφανιστούν ενώπιον της δικαιοσύνης»,

Ήδη 9 αστυνομικοί έχουν δολοφονηθεί από τα όπλα των εξτρεμιστών και όλα είναι ανοικτά για επέμβαση του Στρατού, μονάδες του οποίου έχουν προσεγγίσει το Κίεβο.

Ο Βίκτορ Γιανουκόβιτς προέτρεψε τους ηγέτες της αντιπολίτευσης να αποστασιοποιηθούν από τους εξτρεμιστές, όπως αναφέρεται στη δήλωσή του, έτσι ώστε να "μπορέσει να συνομιλήσει διαφορετικά μαζί τους".

Ο πρόεδρος της Ουκρανίας ανέφερε επίσης ότι η αντιπολίτευση έχει «περάσει τη διαχωριστική γραμμή», ελπίζοντας ότι θα έρθει στην εξουσία μέσα από τους "δρόμους" και όπως είπε οι ένοχοι αυτής της εξέλιξης θα πρέπει να λογοδοτήσουν.

«Οι ηγέτες της αντιπολίτευσης έχουν παραμελήσει την αρχή της δημοκρατίας που ορίζει ότι η εξουσία λαμβάνεται μετά τις εκλογές και όχι στο δρόμο (...) Πέρασαν αυτή τη διαχωριστική γραμμή καλώντας τους πολίτες να πάρουν τα όπλα» , δήλωσε ο πρόεδρος στο διάγγελμά του και ενώ η επίθεση των δυνάμεων ασφαλείας ήταν σε εξέλιξη κατά των διαδηλωτών στο κέντρο του Κιέβου.

«Πρόκειται για μια κατάφωρη παραβίαση του νόμου και οι δράστες θα εμφανιστούν ενώπιον της δικαιοσύνης», συμπλήρωσε ο πρόεδρος Βίκτορ Γιανουκόβιτς.

Τμήμα ειδήσεων defencenet.gr

19/2/14
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  1. Yanukovich: opposition has crossed the line, when they urged people to take up arms....

    KIEV, February 19, 8:57 /ITAR-TASS/. Tass) - Ukrainian opposition has crossed the line, when they urged people to take up arms and this is “blatant violation of the law,” Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich said in a national address posted at the presidential website on Wednesday.

    “They crossed the line, when they urged people to take up arms. This is blatant violation of the law. Criminals should face trial, which will determine punishment for them. This is not my folly, this is my duty as a guarantor of the constitution to ensure peace in the country, calmness of people and justice for each of them,” Yanukovich noted.

    “Proceeding from this, I urge once again opposition leaders, who claim that they are seeking for peaceful settlement, to separate immediately from those radical forces, which provoke bloodshed and clashes with law enforcement agencies. Otherwise, if they do not want to go away, they should admit that they support radically minded forces. And then other talks will be held with them,” the president said.

    He also noted that opposition leaders had neglected the main principle of democracy that people come to power only at polling stations, not in streets and squares. “I said many times to them (oppositionists) that election will be held soon. If people place trust in you, you will be in power. If they don’t do it, you won’t be in power. But all this should take place lawfully according to the constitution,” Yanukovich noted.

    The president called on the country’s opposition to go into a compromise and find common language for the sake of the country’s future. “I always considered use of force as an erroneous approach. To find common language is a better and more efficient way. To go into a compromise. To agree. I have already said many times that state authorities will lose somehow in this case. Opposition will lose either. But Ukraine will win,” Yanukovich noted.

    “We have already paid a too high price for ambitions of those who are eager to seize power. But for the price not to be higher, I appeal to you to come to your senses! We should get to negotiating table and save Ukraine,” the president said. “I insistently appealed to you to refrain from radical action. But you did not listen to me,” he added.

    “My dear, who lost relatives in this foolish conflict, let me offer condolences to you. I know that I cannot help your grief with words. I understand that an awful tragedy befell you. But I would like you to feel my support and my sincere regret in these minutes,” he noted.

    “Now all of us should realize one thing that even the toughest confrontation will end. And Ukraine should live forever. This is our task. This is our main goal,” Yanukovich noted.
    http://en.itar-tass.com/world/719819
    19/2/14

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    1. Ουκρανία: ο Γιανουκόβιτς κάλεσε την αντιπολίτευση σε συμβιβασμό...

      Ο Πρόεδρος της Ουκρανίας Βίκτορ Γιανουκόβιτς κάλεσε την αντιπολίτευση σε συμβιβασμό, αναφέρεται σε έκκληση του αρχηγού του κράτους προς το έθνος, που αναρτήθηκε σήμερα Τετάρτη στην ιστοσελίδα του Προέδρου.

      «Πάντοτε θεωρούσα τη χρήση βίας λανθασμένη θέση. Υπάρχει καλύτερος και πιο αποτελεσματικός τρόπος – να βρούμε κοινή γλώσσα. Να προχωρήσουμε σε συμβιβασμό. Να συμφωνήσουμε», - τόνισε ο Γιανουκόβιτς. «Πρέπει να παρακαθίσουμε στο τραπέζι των συνομιλιών και να σώσουμε την Ουκρανία», - κάλεσε ο Πρόεδρος.

      Νωρίτερα ο Γιανουκόβιτς είχε συνομιλίες με τους εκπροσώπους της αντιπολίτευσης, όμως δεν μπόρεσαν να καταλήξουν σε αλληλοκατανόηση.
      Διαβάστε ολόκληρο το κείμενο: http://greek.ruvr.ru/2014_02_19/263297117/
      19/2/14

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  2. Radicals block checkpoints on Ukrainian-Polish border - border guards....

    Ukrainian rioters have begun blocking checkpoints on the country's border with Poland, the State Border Service told Interfax.

    In particular, about 40 people blocked the road several hundred meters from the Krakovets checkpoint on the Ukrainian-Polish border, a spokesperson said.

    The people put tires and other objects on the road thus blocking traffic both to Poland and Ukraine. Already several dozen trucks are queuing on the spot, the border agency said.

    "Border guards have been trying to divert transport vehicles to other checkpoints," the spokesperson said.

    Voice of Russia, Interfax
    http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_02_19/Radicals-block-checkpoints-on-Ukrainian-Polish-border-border-guards-6561/
    19/2/14

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  3. Police in the Ukrainian capital Kiev have launched a fresh attack on anti-government protesters as the death toll in renewed clashes has climbed to 25.......

    The new attempt to uproot the protest stronghold came as President Yanukovych blamed opposition leaders for the worst violence in months of unrest.

    After failed overnight talks, he urged them to distance themselves from radical forces.

    Activists say the violence has been stoked by the authorities.

    Police launched their latest assault on Independence Square, also known as the Maidan, shortly after 04:00 local time (02:00 GMT). Several tents were set ablaze, and water cannon was later used..........http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-26252679
    19/2/14

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  4. Presidential staff: Massive riots in Ukraine have signs of heinous crimes....

    "Publicly dangerous activity will be compulsorily punished in the most severe way," first deputy chief of Ukrainian presidential staff Andrei Portnov stated.

    KIEV, February 19. /ITAR-TASS/. Seizure of weapons, stations of police and security forces, which take place in Ukraine, should be “punished severely according to the law,” first deputy chief of Ukrainian presidential staff and member of the task group for settlement of political crisis Andrei Portnov said in a statement on Wednesday.

    “Publicly dangerous activity will be compulsorily punished in the most severe way. We urge all offenders who committed these crimes to lay down arms and avoid harsh punishment. We urge all of them to stop illegal action, surrender to law enforcers and vacate all captured buildings and transport communications,” the statement runs.

    Portnov noted that this should be done “to preserve peace and calmness in our country, unity of the state and civil tranquility................http://en.itar-tass.com/world/719825?utm_medium=rss20
    19/2/14

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  5. Death toll in Ukraine clashes climbs to 25 as police advance on protesters....

    Twenty-five people have died in clashes between anti-government protesters and police in Ukraine after protests spread on Feb. 18, the Health Ministry said, in what represents the bloodiest day since the former Soviet republic, caught in a geopolitical struggle between Russia and the West, won its independence.

    After hours of clashes, police were gaining ground in Independence Square, centre of three months of protests against President Viktor Yanukovich, but demonstrators managed to find protection behind a burning barricade of tires and wood.

    Shrouded in plumes of black smoke, police were trying to put out the fire with two water cannons and protesters responded by hurling petrol bombs at the police vehicles, a Reuters cameraman said.

    Police have gained control of almost half the square and several floors of a trade union building, used as an anti-government headquarters, were on fire as dawn was breaking................http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/death-toll-in-ukraine-clashes-climbs-to-25-as-police-advance-on-protesters.aspx?pageID=238&nID=62621&NewsCatID=353
    19/2/14

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    1. Ukraine: Viktor Ianoukovitch décrète une journée de deuil national...

      Alors que les critiques se font de plus en plus fortes contre le pouvoir ukrainien, le président Viktor Ianoukovitch réagit ce mercredi. Il décrète une journée de deuil national jeudi. La Russie dénonce une tentative de déstabilisation de la part des manifestants..............http://www.rtbf.be/info/monde/detail_ukraine-viktor-ianoukovitch-decrete-une-journee-de-deuil-national?id=8204632
      19/2/14

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  6. Ukraine President Yanukovych sacks army chief amid crisis...

    Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has sacked the head of the armed forces, Col Gen Volodymyr Zamana, according to the president's website.

    The move comes after the most intense violence in Ukraine's three-month crisis turned Kiev into a battle zone.

    Earlier the state security service announced it was launching a nationwide "anti-terrorist" campaign, to deal with a growing "extremist threat".

    There was a suggestion the armed forces could be deployed for the first time.

    Col Gen Zamana has been replaced by the commander of Ukraine's navy, Admiral Yuriy Ilyin, by presidential decree, President Yanukovych's website said............http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-26265808
    19/2/14

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