Tymchuk: Third Russian ‘aid convoy’ brings weapons for separatists

The third uninvited Russian “aid convoy” that arrived in Donetsk on Saturday brought ammunition and jammers for terrorists, rather than humanitarian assistance, Dmytro Tymchuk, Informations Resistance Group head, said on Facebook.

“The arrival of electronic warfare and signals intelligence stations from Russia has been recorded. These stations are operated by staff Russian experts and protected only by Russian servicemen. They move only at night, are carefully disguised, and the parameters of the work of stations are not disclosed to local terrorists. Some vehicles arrived with the so-called ‘humanitarian convoy’ from Russia,” he wrote.

According to Tymchuk, ammunition that was brought with the third “humanitarian convoy” was being unloaded at the warehouses of the self-declared Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics.

www.belsat.eu/en, via Ukrinform

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