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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

DNR: 15 foreign mercenaries killed when trying to break APU under.

About the clashes in settlements Lenin and Kominternovo said the Deputy commander of the operational command of the self-proclaimed Donetsk national Republic Eduard Bacurin. According to him, Mat made several attempts to break through the defense of the NPT, but they all ended in failure.

photo: Sergei Ivanov

“The command of the so-called anti-terrorist operation made a mad attempt to break through the defense forces of the DPR in the area between the settlements of Kominternovo and Lenin… In connection with the inadequate training of the armed forces of Ukraine for these purposes were involved mercenaries from Poland and Georgia” – quoted Baturina “Donetsk news Agency”.

“A mercenary group of 30 people twice tried to outflank us from different directions, confident of the actions of the DNR divisions, the enemy was forced to abandon his hopeless plans… the attack of the APU died 15 mercenaries and two militiamen, five soldiers DNR received wounds”, – said the Deputy commander of the operational command of the self-proclaimed Donetsk people’s Republic.

In addition, President Francois Hollande demanded that the leadership of the OSCE SMM to assess the situation with the hiring of foreign military command of the armed forces.

“We demand from the leadership of the Special monitoring of the OSCE mission in Ukraine to assess the actions of the Ukrainian command on this fact and of the crimes APU that led to the death of two and the capture of one of troops DNI 8 October,” he added.


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