Motorola’s funeral in Donetsk: Central Street is blocked, 50 thousand people came

Source : 112 Ukraine

Schools have short day in connection with the mourning
18:29, 19 October 2016

Motorola’s farewell ceremony started in Donetsk on Wednesday. The leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk republic Alexander Zakharchenko and Chairman of the "National Council" Denis Pushilin were the first to say goodbye to Motorola, reports Information Resource of the militants.

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Reportedly, the farewell ceremony began about 10 am local time in the building of the Donetsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. In connection with the mourning event traffic in the city center has been blocked.

According to the report, about 50 thousand people came to the farewell ceremony of the Donetsk militant.

However, local residents said that pensioners, state employees and students residing in the temporarily occupied territory were forcibly driven to the funeral.

Related: Russia intelligence could eliminate "Motorola" to inflame situation

The social networks also write that the schools in Donetsk had a short day to send teachers to the ceremony.

Recall that the "Motorola" died on October 16 in the result of explosion in the elevator of his house. Ukrainian security officials as well as the self-proclaimed Donetsk republic officials confirmed his death. The self-proclaimed Donetsk government even said they already established customers of murder and are looking for a performer.

Ex-leader of Ukrainian foreign intelligence Mykola Malomuzh shared his view on the high profile murder of Arsen Pavlov a.k.a. Motorola.

Georgiy Tuka, Deputy Minister of the Temporarily Occupied Territories, said that the murder of infamous pro-Kremlin militant Arsen Pavlov, a.k.a. Motorola, could possibly lead to clean-ups inside the so-called ‘DPR’.

Related: OSCE cannot confirm ‘Motorola’s death

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