“Azov” Militants Attacked a Former Chernigov Deputy Who Criticised the War Unleashed by Kiev in Donbass

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard



The militant from the punitive “Azov” battalion Aleksandr Tarnavsky reported on his Facebook page that fellow brainwashed Ukrainians attacked the former deputy of the regional council Andrey Kisly in one of the cafes of Chernigov.

Tarnavsky said that nowadays Andrey Kisly lives in Belarus, indignantly emphasising that the former people’s deputy isn’t a supporter of the war waged by the Kiev regime in Donbass. On his Facebook page Kisly repeatedly spoke against militants of the UAF and punitive battalions murdering civilians in Donbass.

Having returned to his hometown, Andrey Kisly visited a cafe, where he encountered a “enlightened” Ukrainians who, according to Tarnavsky, moved to Chernigov from Donetsk in 2014 due to being sincere supporters of “independent” Ukraine.

Having recognised the former deputy, they lunged and spat at him several times, and then started to hit him. After the incident, as the “Azov” militant reports, Kisly left the city and returned to Belarus. “Yesterday’s meeting with another vatnik has proved: a firm conversation is 1,000 times more effective than any agreements,” wrote Tarnavsky on social networks.

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