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Russian army in Donbas: despite providing unceasing supply of ammunition and equipment they act in armed groups under the guise of Cossacks or provide artillery support for terrorists.

November 17, 2014

LNR leaders are dissatisfied with activity of the so-called Cossacks

LNR leaders are dissatisfied with activity of the so-called Cossacks

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

The town of Alchevsk has actually been transformed into a rear base of terrorists. Experts register concentration of manpower and military equipment, warehousing of material and technical equipment (ammunition, food and other supplies) that they receive from Russia. In addition, this town is a kind of ‘relaxation area’ for fighters that arrive there from the front edge.

Russian enemy continues to reinforce the flanking groups (north of Luhansk oblast and coastal areas). The main forces of fighters in Luhansk oblast are concentrated in the area of Shchastya – Stanytsa Luhanska. Experts register reinforcement of armed groups in this area with a significant number of mortars.

Experts register concentration of armed groups led by A. Mozgovoy in the area of settlements of Trekhizbenka and Slovyanoserbsk [Luhansk oblast]. These groups have an order to push Ukrainian troops to north-west and from Severskiy Donets River. Sub-units of Russian army disguised as ‘Cossacks’ support them. There is a significant number of armored military equipment in the mentioned area (up to 30 units including 15 tanks T-64 and T-72). Sub-division of Russian army also provides artillery support (special artillery group). Total number of artillery is up to 30 units including 10 multiple rocket launcher systems.

Russian army in Donbas: despite providing unceasing supply of ammunition and equipment they act in armed groups under the guise of Cossacks or provide artillery support for terrorists.

Russian faces of Ukrainian ‘rebellion’

 

Leaders of LNR [Luhansk People’s Republic] expresses claims to the leaders of the so-called ‘Cossack units’ acting in the south of Luhansk region. Despite the fact that leaders of the so-called Cossacks have repeatedly expressed their readiness to join forces and ‘act in unified front’, in reality it turned out impossible to form full tactical groups to be sent to ‘the front’ due to unwilling ness of the so-called Cossacks.

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


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