The official Kiev, working in conjunction with extremist organizations, may in the future switch to terrorist attacks that will cause human casualties. The Crimean political analyst Vladimir Dzharalla said this on September 7 in a commentary to a Rossa Primavera News Agency’s correspondent.
“The results that they [the Ukrainian authorities – Rossa Primavera News Agency] are achieving in these terrorist attacks, do not directly affect people so far. These are the terrorist attacks that are carried out in the infrastructure, that is, electricity lines, gas, and water pipelines. The reason is obvious – because they are long, and it is quite difficult to control them. However, unfortunately, it is inevitable – and only a matter of time – when villains from the territory of a neighboring state can switch to such terrorist attacks, which will cause human casualties,” Dzharalla believes.
According to him, the Ukrainian side counts on impunity. Therefore, in his opinion, the Crimean authorities should take tougher measures against the saboteurs. He believes that such a decision is already ripe.
“Let me remind you that the US and Western countries if there is a threat to their citizens, do not restrict themselves in their methods and do not limit themselves in any way so that those who created this threat get their deserved retribution. Perhaps this is one of the ways, which is able to talk sense into the Ukrainian party if other methods do not work on it,” the political expert concluded.
Earlier, the Center for Public Relations said that the organizer of the sabotage at the gas pipeline in Crimea was the Main Directorate of Intelligence (GUR) of Ukraine, in particular, the territorial division of the GUR of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense in Kherson or the operational service “Tavria.
The agency stressed that members of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People (an organization banned in Russia) were involved in the sabotage.
At the end of August, a group of people planted an explosive device on the gas pipeline of the company “Krymgazseti” leading to Perevalnoye village in Simferopol district. As a result of the explosion, the village was completely deprived of gas supply.
On September 5, five extremists of the Mejlis (an organization banned in Russia) were detained and then arrested by the court on charges of sabotage.
On September 6, US spokesman Ned Price said that the US condemned the detention of the saboteurs who had organized the sabotage of the gas pipeline.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency