2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine

2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine

All the major details of the build-up of pro - Russian separatist uprising around Eastern Ukraine. Tamila Varshalomidze | 26 Jun 2014 GMT.
This is a timeline of the 2014 pro - Russian unrest that has erupted in Ukraine, in the aftermath of the Ukrainian revolution and the Euromaidan movement.
Deadly pro - Russian unrest in eastern Ukraine has created a crisis for the new authorities in Kiev, months after President Viktor Yanukovych. 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine According to the map, the troops had completely surrounded the city of Luhansk and retained control of a thin strip of territory cutting the rebels free henna tattoo designs for your back the Luhansk region off from their counterparts in and around Donetsk. Main articles: Luhansk People's Republic and War in Donbass. Although Kharkiv is retaken the following day, the occupations spread to other citiesand a number of pro-Russian leaders declare that referendums on granting greater autonomy to eastern regions will be held. The men were then formally arrested by the police. In the morning on the next day, two members of the OSCE special monitoring mission were held by a group of unarmed men from the Donbass People's Militia in Yenakiieve. Protests in Donetsk and Luhansk regions oblasts escalated into an armed pro-Russian 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine insurgency. Oleksandr Turchynov stated that numerous Ukrainian military and security personnel joined the separatists, alongside Ukrainian military equipment.
Ukraine raids pro-Russian separatists