Thoughts from Kyiv – 23 May 2014

Euromaidan PR

Mychailo Wynnyckyj

381714_290703287647695_715694055_nMay 21 was a notable date: 3 months after Yanukovych’s flight from Kyiv, exactly 90 days after the massacre of the Heaven’s Hundred, and 6 months since the first Euromaidan protest. It should have been a day to remember and rebuild. At the very least, it should have been a day to calm one’s emotions. But then came May 22 – the bloodiest day since the beginning of hostilities in the Donbas: more than 20 Ukrainian servicemen killed (16 near the town of Volnovakha), and at least 40 injured; similar casualty figures were reported by the separatists’ side. Today, May 23, Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) apparently foiled an attempt to falsify the results of the upcoming Presidential vote with a virus on the server of the Central Election Commission – good news! Meanwhile, Igor Bezler, a Russian Special Services officer, and commander of the terrorist bands in Donbas…

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