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3 servicemen of Federal Security Service of Russian Federation killed in Donetsk

December 3, 2014

Re-supply of ammunition for terrorists to the north from Donetsk

3 servicemen of Federal Security Service of Russian Federation killed in Donetsk

Here is an operative data from experts of ‘Information Resistance’ group about current situation in the conflict zone in Eastern Ukraine.

Previously ‘Information Resistance’ group obtained information about death of employees of Federal Security Service of Russian federation in Donetsk several days ago.

The information has been confirmed recently. The killed servicemen were specialists in the field of communications.

The minibus which drove the servicemen of Federal Security Service of Russian Federation was ambushed in Kuibyshev district of Donetsk city and was shot at with small arms. Unidentified assailants fled.

Re-supply of ammunition for terrorists to the north from Donetsk

Experts have registered transferring of transport vehicles with artillery ammunition (about 25 KavAz vehicles) to the area north of Donetsk city. During the last 6 days artillery groups of terrorists fighters not only actively shelled positions of Ukrainian troops located near Peski, Donetsk airport, Opytne, Avdiivka, they also shelled factories and residential areas in Avdiivka several times. According to ‘Information Resistance’ group, these ‘humanitarian convoys’ from Russian Federation are aimed to re-supply a significant expenditure of ammunition during these attacks.

Yesterday a column of armored military equipment drove through the city of Luhansk in the conflict zone. Thecolumn consistens of 20 vehicles including 6 tanks.

 

Previously we reported that military formations of Russian Armed Forces restore their combat capability after attack at Donetsk airport

Source: coordinator of ‘Information Resistance’ group Dmytro [Dmitry] Tymchuk.


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