Documents proving citizenship taken away from Russian soldiers in Donbas

Source : 112 Ukraine

The documents are taken to conceal the participation of Russian citizens in Donbas conflict
12:42, 3 July 2017

Russian authorities started to take away the documents from Russian soldiers in Donbas. This was reported by the Defense Ministry press service in Facebook.

“According to the order of the commander of the 1st Army Corps (Donetsk), units and subunits of the corps take personal documents confirming citizenship from servicemen of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and militants - citizens of the Russian Federation," the message says.

The documents are taken to conceal the participation of Russian citizens in Donbas conflict

In addition, in order to prevent the leak of official information, the headquarters of the 2nd Army Corps (Luhansk) collects information about the number of personnel and affiliation with Russian military units serving in the intelligence units of the corps.

The officers of the tactical unit of the 3rd separate motorized rifle brigade (Horlivka) of the 1st Army Corps and the 7th separate motorized rifle brigade (Bryanka) of 2nd Army Corps hide the real number of the military officers from the high command for personal enrichment.

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In particular, in separate military units there is a shadow documentation on the personnel registration, and the money for the deceased militants is appropriated by the commanders and partially distributed among the available personnel as bonus awards.

As it was reported earlier militants violated 'harvest ceasefire' four times in  Donbas. Today situation in the area of Donbas conflict has improved significantly, and the units of the Russian-occupation troops have sharply reduced their fire activity along the entire battle line.

Related: Defense Ministry confirms losses in Donbas conflict area

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