MP Friz: Poroshenko banned special operations in Crimea, subversive activity out of question

Verkhovna Rada deputy Iryna Friz says President Petro Poroshenko has forbidden special operations in Crimea.

As reported by Censor.NET, she announced it on air of 112 Ukraine TV station.

"The return of Crimea lies exclusively within the diplomatic and peaceful plane, which the president declared some time ago. Given this fact, he banned any special operations in the territory of annexed Crimea. It can threaten the lives of soldiers and won't have any positive effect," Friz said.

She is certain that the FSB's statement about the detention of Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea is a "fake and provocation."

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