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Conflicts between Russian mercenaries from Caucasus and local fighters

December 26, 2014

Number of Russian Cossacks in Eastern Ukraine reduces, they are substituted with mercenaries

 Conflicts between Russian mercenaries from Caucasus and local fighters

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

Conflicts in Makiivka

In the town of Makiivka there have begun conflicts between Russian mercenaries from Caucasus (the so-called Kadyrivists) and local fighters. In course of conflicts there were registered several cases of usage of small arms. There were wounded on both sides.

Previously media informed that sub-unit of anti-terrorist operation forces had destroyed tank and eight Russian servicemen near Mariupol.

Russian mercenaries force the Cossacks out of Donbas

Russian mercenaries force the Cossacks out of Donbas

Except for Caucasus mercenaries, there are Donsky Cossacks in Donbas. According to experts of ‘Information Resistance’ group, Russian mercenaris are trying to force Cossacks out of the Donbas territories.

Meanwhile groups of Russian Armed Forces and mercenaries arrive to Eastern Ukraine there has started a process to reduce number of the so-called Cossacks.

According to data from Dmitriy Tymchuk, in the towns of Alchevsk and Perevalsk there have been organized points for sending Russian ‘Cossacks’ back to Russian territory.

‘Transportation of Cossacks is being done in groups on buses. Fighters that go to Russian take a lot of ‘personal posessiions’ with them’, – writes Tymchuk.

Meanwhile Russian-terrorist troops constinue their special operation on neutralization of ‘Ukrainian saboteurs’. The operation has moved from Horlivka to Yenakievo. The streets of the town are baing patrolled, there are searches at checkpoints.

Source: unian.ua, coordinator of ‘Information Resistance’ group Dmytro [Dmitriy] Tymchuk

 


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