Threatening Deployment

The Russian military in areas near the Ukrainian border and surroundings

7,500

Size of Russian forces*

Military base (selection)

1,000 soldiers

Moscow

Lithuania

A total of 100,000 Russian

troops are thought to be

stationed near the border

with Ukraine.

Minsk

RUSSIA

BELARUS

Poland

Kyiv

Kharkiv

UKRAINE

Slovakia

Luhansk

Areas controlled by

separatists loyal

to Moscow

Kazakhstan

Donetsk

MOLDOVA

Hungary

ROMANIA

SERBIA

Crimea, annexed by Russia

in March 2014, belongs to

Ukraine by international law

BULGARIA

Black Sea

* estimated minimum

200 km

Source: Rochan Consulting; current as of Jan. 12

Threatening Deployment

The Russian military in areas near the Ukrainian border and surroundings

7,500

Size of Russian forces*

Military base (selection)

1,000

soldiers

Moscow

RUSSIA

A total of 100,000 Russian

troops are thought to be

stationed near the border

with Ukraine.

Minsk

BELARUS

Kyiv

Kharkiv

UKRAINE

Luhansk

Areas controlled by

separatists loyal

to Moscow

Donetsk

MOLDOVA

ROMANIA

Crimea, annexed by Russia

in March 2014, belongs to

Ukraine by international law

Black Sea

* estimated minimum

200 km

Source: Rochan Consulting; current as of Jan. 12

Threatening Deployment

The Russian military in areas near the Ukrainian border and

surroundings

7,500

Size of Russian

forces*

Military base

(selection)

1,000

soldiers

Moscow

RUSSIA

A total of 100,000 Russian

troops are thought to be

stationed near the border

with Ukraine.

BELARUS

Kyiv

Kharkiv

UKRAINE

Luhansk

Areas controlled by

separatists loyal

to Moscow

Donetsk

Crimea, annexed by Russia

in March 2014, belongs to

Ukraine by international law

Black Sea

* estimated minimum

200 km

Source: Rochan Consulting; current as of Jan. 12

Threatening Deployment

The Russian military in areas near the

Ukrainian border and surroundings

7,500

Size of Russian

forces*

1,000

soldiers

Military base

(selection)

RUSSIA

Moscow

A total of 100,000 Russian

troops are thought to be

stationed near the border

with Ukraine.

Soloti

UKRAINE

200 km

Areas controlled by separatists loyal

to Moscow

Crimea, annexed by Russia in March 2014,

belongs to Ukraine by international law

* estimated minimum

Source: Rochan Consulting; current as of Jan. 12