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Thursday, June 22, 2017

DND gave the OSCE the documents of the deceased and the Donbass Opera singer Slipka

During yesterday’s meeting of the Trilateral contact group in Minsk, the special representative of the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe Martin Sajdik received from the self-proclaimed representative of the Donetsk national Republic Denis Pushilin documents of the fighter is banned in Russia “Right sector” Vasily Slipage. Sajdik has not explained how the documents came to Pushilin.

Vasily Slipak living in France for the last 20 years, was killed by a sniper DNI on 29 June near the village Lugansk Donetsk region. In social networks on the pages of several of the militia of the Donetsk national Republic, you can see photographs of documents of the Ukrainian machine-gunner; they found in the pockets of the vest, left at the scene fatally wounded singer.

41-year-old Vasily Slipak, who graduated from the Lviv Conservatory, worked as a soloist of the Paris theatre de La Bastille. After the outbreak of hostilities in the Donbas took up the collection and sending humanitarian assistance to servicemen of the Ukrainian army, then volunteered in the 7-th separate battalion of the Ukrainian Volunteer corps.

Watch the video on “In Lviv was buried killed in the Donbas Opera singer Slipka”

In Dnepropetrovsk bade farewell to the Opera singer, who fought in the ranks of the banned in Russia organization “Right sector” Vasily Clipcom. For many years he performed at the Paris Opera, and then went to fight in the Donbass, where he died.

Video published on the website youtube.com user FastViralShow

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