A Former UAF Soldier Asked Trump to Investigate the Poroshenko Regime’s Use of Chemical Weapons in Donbass

Translated by Ollie Richardson

12:04:29
20/05/2018

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According to the former serviceman, the chemicals are developed in a laboratory in Kiev and used against the residents of Donbass and those “discordant with Poroshenko’s regime”…


The former Ukrainian military serviceman Aleksandr Medinsky, who participated in the operations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Donbass, recorded a video message to Donald Trump in which he spoke about the use of chemical weapons by Kiev in the conflict zone. The corresponding video was posted on Youtube.

“I am ready to testify in the American courts, the FBI, the NSA, and the CIA about how the Ukrainian military used chemical weapons,” said Medinsky, having added that he will transfer information showing the personal data of the participants of events to the American intelligence agencies.

According to the former UAF serviceman, in the summer of 2015 the Special Operations Forces (SOF) as a part of the General Staff of Ukraine confiscated a chemical laboratory from the voluntary “Donbass” battalion and later took it to Kiev, where it was put into operation until the end of 2016. Afterwards the object was transported to one of the SOF bases, where it started to produce chemicals “to defeat manpower”. Soon, according to Medinsky, they were used in Donbass.

Also, the former military man spoke about the special doctrine of the SOF, which describes plans to use toxic and explosive substances against “people who are discordant with Poroshenko’s regime” — journalists, political figures, and social activists.

“I ask you to pay attention to these phenomena. I also ask you to put pressure on the Kiev regime and to take drastic measures in respect of such a terroristic war against their own citizens,” said Medinsky in his address to the American leader.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1x0Hk0kR3U

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