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‘Humanitarian convoy’ has brought radio-electronic stations to Ukraine

September 22, 2014

Summary from ‘Information Resistance’ group about current situation in the conflict zone and Russian Humanitarian convoy

‘Humanitarian convoy’ has brought radio-electronic stations to Ukraine

According to ‘information Resistance’ group the situation remains to be most difficult in the area of the settlements of Donetsk, Debaltsevo and Mariupol.

According to available data, Russian-terrorist troops are preparing simultaneous an assault in 2 direction: in the direction on the maritime sector and the north od Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. Currently the headquarters of terrorist organizations discuss which direction is to be primary or auxiliary.

They also actively discuss whether to appoint terrorist Igor Bezler (call sign ‘Bes’ [Demon]) the ‘chief commander of Novorissiya’ [New Russia]. Simultaneously there has been taken a decision of great personnel purges in the leadership ranks of terrorist groups. In DNR [Donetsk People’s Republic] they have a circular that prescribes to ‘complete sabotage and reconnaissance groups only of fighters who have proven themselves in previous battles’.

Igor Bezler (call sign ‘Bes’ [Demon])

Igor Bezler (call sign ‘Bes’ [Demon])

The arrival of ratio-electronic warfare stations and radio-electronic reconnaissance from Russia have been registered. These stations are staffed with Russian specialists and are guarded by Russian militants exclusively. They move only at night carefully camouflaged, terrorists are not informed about the parameters of the work of the stations. The part of this equipment has arrived with the so-called Russian ‘humanitarian convoy’.

They have also brought ammunition with the so-called ‘humanitarian convoy’, the part of it is currently being unloaded at DNR and LNR [Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics] warehouses.

Source: ‘Information Resistance’ group


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