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Terrorists retreat from Nikishyno

December 11, 2014

Problems with repair of damaged military equipment and new supply of ammunition for terrorists in Yasynuvata

Terrorists retreat from Nikishyno


Here is an operative data from experts of ‘Information Resistance’ group about situation in Eastern Ukraine during the last day.

Russian-terrorist troops retreat from Nikishyno

In the area of settlement of Nikishyno [red circle on the map below] experts have registered retreat of armed groups of Russian-terrorist troops from the line of contact with the Ukrainian troops. The aim of prolonged hostilities in this area was to destroy checkpoint of Ukrainian troops and push them out of this region. According to representative of commandment of the so-called ‘Cossack’ armed groups, Ukrainian troops have organized effective defense in the specified area, that is why the task cannot be completed.

Forced mobilization of civil males

In the area of the settlement of Bryanka [blue circle on the map below] Terrorists from the so-called ‘Cossacks’ carry out forced mobilization of male citizens. They stop passing private vehicles to ‘mobilize’ males threatening them with guns.

Terrorists retreat from Nikishyno

Problems with repair of damaged military equipment

Fighters continue their attempts to organize repair of damaged military vehicles in the area of Yasynuvata. Using the ‘day of silence’ terrorists managed to evacuate some damaged vehicles – 2 tanks and 2 infantry fighting vehicles.

Terrorists have problems with repair due to lack of qualified specialists. They discuss idea to entice Ukrainian specialists from the repair base in Artemivsk. However, it is not clear how they are going to do that.

Another supply convoy comes to Yasynuvata

Another supply convoy for terrorists came to Yasynuvata it consisted of about 10 trucks which mostly brought ammunition. 15 empty trucks accompanied by Russian servicemen went to the state border of Ukraine through the town of Shakhtersk.

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


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