U.S. Expected Crimea to Fall to Kiev
This U.S. Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol, Crimea hints at how the U.S. military coveted controlling the historic Russian Peninsula
3 years ago
The United States Department of the Navy had a tender in place to begin performing work in Sevastopol, Crimea. The Russian Navy would not have been happy about having a U.S. Navy presence in its most important warm water port.
And we are to believe, that after the U.S. lead coup in Kiev, Crimea would not have fallen under American military (and U.S. nuclear weapons) control?
Here are the tender details:
Renovation of Sevastopol School #5, Ukraine
Solicitation Number: N33191-13-R-1240
Agency: Department of the Navy
Office: Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Location: NAVFAC Europe and Southwest Asia
You can find the full tender online at the official U.S. government site.
Below are the relevant screenshots of the work that was to be carried out in Sevastopol. I imagine the work would begin once the new junta government in Ukraine, and their U.S. backers, kicked out the Russian Navy Fleet stationed in the city.
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