Kiev provocation aimed at tightening sanctions against Russia, the foreign Ministry said
MOSCOW, 26 Nov — RIA Novosti. A provocation of Kiev was intended to “shake” Ukraine Declaration of martial law and the tightening of anti-Russian sanctions, said RIA Novosti, state Secretary, Deputy foreign Minister Grigory Karasin.
“Clear goal (provocation — ed.) — “shake” Ukraine Declaration of martial law, mobilize anti-Russian sentiments of the West, to toughen anti-Russian sanctions,” — said Karasin.
“Against this background, Poroshenko, apparently, easier to deploy your campaign,” said Deputy foreign Minister of the Russian Federation.
The FSB has previously stated that the ships of naval forces of Ukraine “Berdyansk”, “Nikopol” and “Yana Kapu” violated the Russian border, did not respond to the legitimate demands of accompanying ships and boats of the border service of the FSB and Russia’s black sea fleet to stop immediately and dangerous maneuvering, they were detained.