There is no large Russian military presence in East Ukraine, head of EU intelligence, Commodore Georgij Alafuzoff, has said. The spy chief has dismissed multiple accusations from the West alleging Russian involvement in the unrest in the region.
In an interview with Finnish national news broadcaster, Yle,
Alafuzoff said the Russian military had nothing to do with the seizing of government buildings in eastern Ukraine.
“In my opinion, it’s mostly people who live in the region who are not satisfied with the current state of affairs,” said Alafuzoff, referring to the situation in East Ukraine.
He went on to say that the people are worried for the welfare of those who speak Russian as their first language in the region
For More about Georgij Alafuzoff here :http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgij_Alafuzoff
For an interesting military analysis by Arto Pulkki of Russian presence in Eastern Ukraine and Crimea read here :
See Also : http://democracyandclasstruggle.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/is-nato-itching-for-war-as-it-baits.html
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