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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Basurin: Kiev is preparing an offensive in the Donbass in the southern sector of the front

The armed forces of Ukraine began active preparations for the offensive in the Donbass in the southern sector of the front, before the may holidays, the Ukrainian security forces are planning to strike near the village of Shirokino. On Friday, April 21, Deputy commander of the operational command of the self-proclaimed Donetsk national Republic Eduard Bacurin, reports Colossal.

The attack on the Donbass in particular, will aim not to allow to Donetsk to celebrate with a parade of Victory Day on 9 may. The city pulled heavy artillery. It is reported by the intelligence DNI, based on the sources posted on the front line of divisions of VSU.

“As it became known from a source in the command of the military unit А0456 (Odessa), on the eve of may holidays APU, specifically the divisions of naval forces of Ukraine as part of a combined marine brigade, are preparing a plan of active hostilities in Volnovakha and Novoazovsk districts. Plan command, 23-24 April near the village Shirokino, the planned extension of the two mobile subversive groups,” – said Basurin about the plans of the Ukrainian troops.

According to preliminary information, the Ukrainian security forces intend to take feint — first to fire their own false position, to then open allegedly returned fire. In DND believe that this incident will be used by Kiev as an excuse to attempt to unleash a massive offensive. “At the moment is preparing weapons saboteurs. For conspiracy group plan to use civilian vehicles, equipped with mortars,” — said Basurin.


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