Translated by Nikita Che 12:08:09 04/02/2017 mgblnr.org In Lugansk, at 7.50 am, on the 4th of February, Colonel Oleg Anashchenko, chief of LPR People’s Militia Office was assassinated. According to our preliminary data, it was a planned and deliberate car blast committed, supposedly, by one of the subversive groups that shortly boosted their activity in the area of the Lugansk People’s Republic. We repeatedly showed factual and convincing information on the transformation of the Ukraine secret services into a tool of Kiev for committing terrorist acts. Forced recruiting of civilians on the basis of physical threats to them or to their relatives; creating terrorist groups in Donbass, involving teenagers; training and sending subversive groups – there isn’t any terrorist way that the Ukraine secret services don’t use. We also recorded the fact that SBU officers were using full copies of OSCE vehicles and branded uniforms. Alexander Hug, Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, has confirmed recently at a media briefing that he knows about these car clones being used by Ukrainian military and has promised to investigate it with aptitude. We haven’t been told whether the investigation started, whether its results were published, but our Ministry of State Security has reliable data on the fact that some SBU officers work under guise of OSCE monitors when planning and fulfilling their special operations. The usage of the international peacemaking entity, combined with terrorist ways of making war, offer for the Ukrainian secret services vast possibilities to commit provocations, including international ones. They will never stop. The Ministry also has information that the Ukrainian secret services use the Ukraine Emergencies uniform while acting their special ops. For example, SBU task forces are acting in vicinity of Stanitsa Luganskaya [Kiev-held contact line area] under the guise of Emergencies officers. It can provoke, at least, an armed conflict via blaming the LPR People’s Militia. Copyright © 2017 СТАЛКЕР/ZONE. All Rights Reserved.