The crash of the Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine became another reason for ex-premier Yulia Tymoshenko to release a new portion of extremist remarks with respect to the eastern region of the country and Russia. She called on the West to immediately provide military assistance to Ukraine and cleanse the Donbass.
"The Russian fighters proved today that they are no different than Al Qaeda. The world must deal with accordingly. If the world does not take action immediately, together with Ukraine, the level of this disaster will increase every hour," she said.
Tymoshenko proposes to "protect the lives of citizens of free and independent countries in the world, with the help of NATO, enabling its opportunities to the maximum." According to her, the international community should also impose the third level of financial and economic sanctions on Russia as the aggressor."
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko urges the West to provide immediate military assistance to Ukraine, to cleanse the Donbass region.
Earlier, former prime minister Tymoshenko called on to nuke Russia. She said that she would burn the entire Russian population of the Crimea. In the recording of the telephone conversation with Party of Regions deputy Nestor Shufrich, she speaks of the need to use nuclear weapons against "eight million Russians remaining in Ukraine."
The head of the Voronezh region, Alexander Gusev, confirmed the death of Major General Vladimir Zavadsky.