Dmitry Tymchuk’s Military Blog: Summary – June 23, 2014

Dmitry Tymchuk’s Military Blog: Summary – June 23, 2014

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Dmitry Tymchuk, Coordinator, Information Resistance
06.23.2014
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Brothers and sisters!

information_resistance_logo_engHere’s the Summary for June 23, 2014 (for previous summary, please see Summary for June 20).

The bad news:

1. I did not want to comment on the situation with the alleged closure of the border with Russia. But [we received] too many appeals on this issue.

That is why I will say this: we, the IR group, to our deepest regret, don’t see any reason to share the confidences of government authorities with respect to its [border] control. Neither regarding the so-called “firing control” [of the border], nor any other [type of control]. Ah well. 

2. The unpleasant story around the volunteer Aidar Battalion continues. The Aidar “Combat” announced today that the battalion was being withdrawn from the ATO area and is subject to being disbanded.

We failed to find a Defense Ministry [official]…

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The Iron Sectorman. Chronicles of a bloodthirsty punisher of the junta.

The Iron Sectorman. Chronicles of a bloodthirsty punisher of the junta.

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06.15.2014 Petr & Mazepa
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Image “The Life of an Avenger Without Cuts” “Iron RightSector Man”

Diary of a fighter who at this moment already finds himself in the thick of things in the East. Written and literarily-processed by editors from words, rare SMS and other forms of communication by the author. Supplemented constantly.

I was a foreman at a construction site, then for several years worked as a dealer in a casino, then moved to Kyiv, became a copywriter and have lived in Kyiv for five years now. I did not stand on Maidan and am not interested in politics at all, absolutely [not]. I am an absolute zero in political stories and affairs. So much so that only last week I honestly thought that the surname of Kolomoyskyi is Kolomoets, and I only learned about his controlling the “Privat” group here in…

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Repair work on the “Seversky Donetsk–Donbas” water channel

Repair work on the “Seversky Donetsk–Donbas” water channel

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 By Vladislav Seleznev, ATO Spokesperson

06.20.2014 18:30 Ukraine
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According to sources, today the “Water of Donbas” repair team who restored the water supply on the Seversk Donetsk–Donbas route was shelled again. Employees were fired at with a grenade-launcher. This is not the first attempt to restore the water supply, which was damaged by insurgents firing mortars. But time after time, groups of sabotage and intelligence fighters do not allow company employees to perform their defined scope of work.

This restricts the flow of water to the users. All other regulations, and repair of the water supply system are made, so if it were not for the shooting, at the end of the day the pumping station could pump water. But this is not an isolated case. Yes, today a delegation of Sloviansk residents appealed to Igor Girkin with the demand that he leave…

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Dmitry Tymchuk’s Military Blog: Summary – June 19, 2014

Dmitry Tymchuk’s Military Blog: Summary – June 19, 2014

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Dmitry Tymchuk, Coordinator, Information Resistance
06.19.2014
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Brothers and sisters!

information_resistance_logo_engHere’s the Summary for June 19, 2014 (for previous summary, please see Summary for June 18).

The bad news:

1. Russia is no longer hiding the fact that it’s moving troops to the border with Ukraine.

The Russian Defense Ministry insists that the troops are being moved to Rostov and Belgorod Oblasts [regions] “as part of military exercises” that had been allegedly caused by the activization of NATO.

It’s not enough for the Kremlin to drown Donbas in the blood of its mercenaries. It must put pressure on our brains with the threat of invasion. 

2. A stream of mercenaries and weapons from Russia keeps moving through the border crossing point of “Dolzhansky” into Ukraine. Today another convoy of equipment entered [the territory], in which at least three “Grad” MLRS were identified.

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