“Frozen Conflict” In Eastern Ukraine Seems Not So Frozen. More Casualties Reported As Clashes Erupt

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The “frozen conflict” in eastern Ukraine continues to cause casualties among servicemen of the forces involved. According to the Ukrainian military, at least one soldier was killed and three others  were injured in sporadic clashes and artillery duels in the region of Donbass in eastern Ukraine on November 2 and November 3. At the same time, sources close to the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) reported that three members of the DPR-LPR forces were killed and four others were injured during the  same period.

The so-called Minsk 2 agreements, which were reached by representatives of the Kiev government, the DRP and the LPR with assistance from Germany, France and Russia, in 2015 were intended to put an end to the violence and kick off a political process between the Kiev government and the self-proclaimed states of DRP and LPR. However, since 2015, the Kiev government has  sabotaged all steps related  to the political solution of the conflict. In fact, it uses the military tensions in the region as a justification for a sky-high level of corruption, censorship and political-motivated violence in the country. The conflict also allows it to receive monetary, diplomatic and miltiary support from the US and the EU.

"Frozen Conflict" In Eastern Ukraine Seems Not So Frozen. More Casualties Reported As Clashes Erupt

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  • d’Artagnan

    Russia should have finished off the job the first time. Ukraine is an eternal part of Russia and needs to be integrated back with motherland. The Kiev ZioNazis are not going to last.

    • Ronald

      Little Russia will shake the American yoke.

  • Red Pilled ThoughtCrimes

    trying to kick up a stink in the hopes that Russia will lose their focus. The EU trying to have a proxy war, like the USA have an ME proxy war. its all about testing capabilities. African continent is next. And i believe that the EU wants to enter that contest as an equal partner with the USA. This is just the same as 19th and 20th expansion for nation states. And still marxism, islam and banksters are using nations as they compete to run the whole show. Its nations, not ideologies that build nations. this is the age of information. marxism, islam and banksters now have to defend their ideologies 24/7/365 from people around the world getting online, sharing links and waking up

  • Dick Von Dast’Ard

    Five years on from the glorious revolution, what is glorious about Ukraine now?
    Originally the protests (hijacked by western intelligence) came about through economic concerns, those concerns are only multiplied now.

    • TiredOfBsToo

      All citizens of the world, before staging demonstrations against their governments over economics, should first look to see if their country’s resources and/or geographical locations are coveted by the US and Israel. If so, they ought to observe how Ukraine’s economy has performed since that $5 billion dollar infusion into Western style ‘democracy’.

  • John Andris

    The only thing frozen seems to be Kremlin’s geopolitical thinking..

    • Dick Von Dast’Ard

      Solid, solid as a rock.

    • Red Pilled ThoughtCrimes

      Ask China, Iran, turkey if they agree with you on that one. Or do all those countries have poor geopolitical thinking also? Ukraine is an EU pet project. EU sks at everything, badly, like donkey balls size svking. hell even NK sided with China and Russia until they managed to obtain domestically produced nukes. USA once again stalled talks, Although Trump turning up and actually meeting kim was historic and a big finger to the USA Military Industrial Complex

    • Bob

      The only thing frozen seems to be Pentagon’s (Cold War) geopolitical thinking…