445070-316b941e-3f3b-11e4-838b-bf46f1dce380KIEV is accusing Moscow of massing its troops in annexed Crimea on the Ukraine border, rattling nerves just as Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko prepares to meet US counterpart Barack Obama. The apparent push north by about 4000 troops in the Black Sea peninsula came despite Russia’s declared backing of a peace overture by Kiev to try to end five months of conflict in the rebellious east. “According to our information, almost all military units of the Russian Federation stationed in the north of occupied Crimea … were pushed to the administrative border with Ukraine along with all their equipment and ammunition,” Ukraine National Security and Defence Council spokesman Andriy Lysenko told reporters. More