To draw conclusions about the presence of Russian troops in Ukraine on the basis of the " outpourings of the regulars hot spots " is unacceptable for correspondents serious publications, according to the Ministry of defense of Russia.
" by a strange coincidence, the situation described in the publication, is reminiscent of a key scene from the Soviet Kinslayer " the diamond arm ". Actors as the characters in the film, spend a relaxed evening, eating alcoholic drinks in the restaurant " Weeping willow ". However, If the heroes of the legendary Soviet Comedy was expecting a " game " in a decent costume, but the participants of the feast, the eponymous restaurant was deceived journalist, being in camouflage, " said the defense Ministry, RIA " Novosti." Seriously, to Make such definite conclusions on the basis of the outpourings of the regulars cereal areas - it is unacceptable for the employee's serious international edition ", - the Ministry said. Remember, in an environment journalist of the British newspaper the financial times published the article, which told about the meeting in the caf? in Lugansk as if with the Russian soldiers, who invited her to the Desk and told about the purpose of their stay in g. in Addition, on the last working day of the week, the commander of allied forces in the European Union General Philip Breedlove tried to convince not to doubt the presence in Ukraine of the Russian vaisknoro, as well as Kiev and Western countries often accuse the Russian Federation in sending troops to Ukraine, not bringing these claims any evidence. So, on October 17, NATO said at the Ukrainian border until now there has been a large number of military and heavy armament of the Russian army. However, the OSCE has repeatedly affirmed the lack of Russian troops in Ukraine. At the same time, the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation said about fear NATO to undermine the myth as if the existing " Russian threat ". In addition, the official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry, Alexander Lukashevich, explaining the first application of the new NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, according to which the Alliance can deploy troops anywhere, said that they do not inspire confidence.