The UAF Organised a Commercialised Hunt for Civilians Living in Donbass

Translated by Ollie Richardson


Ukrainian military personnel organised a “commercialised hunt” for people on the territories of Donbass under the control of Kiev, reported the head of the press service of the Armed Forces of the DPR captain Daniil Bezsonov.

According to him, at the beginning of June four foreigners paid militants of the UAF for a “safari” in the conflict zone. It is noted that after payment the interested persons were allowed to go to a position where they can start “hunting” civilians.

“Our intelligence has reliably confirmed that militants from a unit of the 30th brigade near Marinka and the 93rd brigade near Dokuchaevsk are engaged in ‘safaris’. Profit from the ‘safari’ is received not only by its small-time organisers, but also the brigade commanders and representatives of the headquarters of the Operation of United Forces,” he said.

Bezsonov emphasised that such “entertainment” became possible after Kiev changed the format of its operation in Donbass, when the SBU ceased to play a crucial role in the occupation zone and all powers were transferred to the serviceman.

Earlier the operative command of the DPR reported that militants of the UAF started to conduct sniper fire at the inhabitants of the republic more frequently.

“This is now the enemy’s prevailing method of exerting influence,” noted the representative of the Defense Ministry on Sunday.

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