announced by Verkhovna Rada Deputy Andriy Derkach an audio recording of telephone conversation between the former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and former Vice-President of the USA Joseph Biden confirms the involvement of the Ukrainian military to an attempt of sabotage in the Crimea in August 2016. About this on his page in Facebook wrote the head of the Republic Sergey Aksenov.

As previously reported, the time of completion in 2016 of the conversation it is clear that a commando operation in the Crimea at that time already spent and it’s not like Biden, who noted that the Ukrainian authorities create the risk of escalation and the reason for the charges state.

According to Aksenov, in conversation with the then Vice-President of the United States Poroshenko confirmed that the organization of sabotage in the North of the Peninsula, the Ukrainian military personnel involved.

Terrorism is a state policy of the Kiev regime, regardless of the personalities, – said the head of the Republic. And explains the true causes of the failure of Ukraine to cooperate with Russia in combating terrorism.

Aksyonov also said that in 2016, the then US Ambassador to Ukraine Jeffrey Payette contrary to the statement of Biden in a telephone conversation said that the United States had not seen any evidence of the preparation of the Kiev terrorist attacks in the Crimea. According to the head of the Crimea, Russian security forces have a powerful counter-terrorism capacity, which allows to protect the inhabitants of the Peninsula.

Recall that in August of 2016 in the Crimea on the Russian-Ukrainian border near Armyansk during a firefight with Ukrainian saboteurs killed an FSB officer and Russian paratrooper. Of the saboteurs escaped, two, Yevgenia Panova and Andrew Sahaja, was detained by militiamen. The first was the personnel officer of the main intelligence Directorate of the defense Ministry. According to the investigation, in the group of saboteurs had intended to organize a series of explosions on infrastructure in the Crimea.