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Military formations of Russian Armed Forces restore their combat capability after attack at Donetsk airport

December 3, 2014

Officer of Russian Armed Forces killed during battle for Donetsk airport

Military formations of Russian Armed Forces restore their combat capability after attack at Donetsk airport

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

During the last day experts have registered about 40 cases of shelling of positions of Ukrainian Armed Forces by Russian-terrorist troops. The enemy remains to be most active in 3 directions – Donetsk, Luhansk and Debaltsevo.

Officer of Russian Armed Forces killed during battle for Donetsk airport

Russian Armed Forces lost an officer during assault at Donetsk airport

Sub-units of Russian Armed Forces that have participated in assault at Donetsk airport have been withdrawn deep into occupied territory for restoration of combat capability.

In course of negotiations of Ukrainian militants with terrorists and Russians there has been reached an agreement on mutual evacuation of dead and wounded. However, there continues artillery shelling to the north of the agreed area.

Among the terrorists that participated in assault at Donetsk airport on November 1, 2014 there was identified body of Acting Head of Staff of one of brigades of special purpose of Armed Forces of Russian federation. The mentioned officer died of shrapnel wound. In Donetsk he led operative commandment group which acted directly in combat formations of Russian-terrorist forces. The body of the killed officer was evacuated yesterday during the ceasefire and prepared to be sent to Russia.

 

Previously we reported that politologist Volodymyr Fesenko advices Ukrainian government not to delay with reforms.

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

 


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