“LNR” Minsk envoy Deinego openly admits Russia is fighting in occupied territory

Vladislav Deinego, “LNR”s official envoy to Minsk talks

Vladislav Deinego, “LNR”s official envoy to Minsk talks 

2016/11/15 • Political News, Russia, Ukraine, War in the Donbas

Article by: Denis Kazansky

In an interview with TV channel Luhansk 24, Vladislav Deinego, “LNR”s official envoy to the Minsk talks, openly declared that Russia is fighting on the side of “LNR” militants. His statement fully negates testimonies by so-called witnesses who claim that a “civil war” is raging in Ukraine. On the one side, some people are trying to cover up for the aggressor state (Russia), while here on television, Mr. Deinego publicly states that Russia is actively participating in the war and supporting the separatist “state of Luhansk”.

In response to the TV host’s statement that Ukrainian radicals could “destroy the ‘LNR’” just as local radicals in Libya destroyed Gaddafi, Deinego replied that Russia has always come to the rescue of the “LNR” in times of need, has saved the puppet state many times from destruction, and will deploy its troops in Luhansk Oblast in future if hostilities between the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the separatists escalate:

“You’re forgetting one small point. When the situation was very difficult for us, we very quickly received support from our brothers who are really not that far away. So, even if we don’t have enough troops or munitions, we can be absolutely sure that they will help us. The Russian army will be deployed to our territory.”

Well, what will journalist/blogger Ruslan Kotsaba, his lawyer Tetiana Montyan, and deputies from the Opposition Bloc [party] say now? With each passing day, it becomes more and more difficult for them to justify their claim that a “civil war caused by the Maidan” is raging in Eastern Ukraine. No sooner had Russian citizen Aleksandr Zhuchkovskiy, who’s been fighting for the terrorists in Donbas since the Strelkov days [Igor “Strelkov” Girkin – former colonel of spetsnaz troops of the Russian FSB, lives in Moscow, commanded Russian troops and mercenaries in the Russian annexation of Crimea and the occupation of the Donbas in the spring-summer 2014 – Ed.],  published his “outstanding article” in the spirit of Nazi pamphlets of the 1920s than in comes Deinego to add fuel to the fire!

Well, we all know what’s really happening. You can’t hide elephants in mouse holes…

More information about Zhuchkovskiy here

Strelkov-Zhuchkovsky

“LNR” leaders: Girkin-Strelkov (centre), Zhuchkovskiy (right)

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Translated by: Christine Chraibi
Edited by: A. N.
Source: Kazansky Blog

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  • Brent

    Now if we can only get World leaders like Obama and Merkl to get their heads out of the sand and admit this and confront Putin with the evidence.

    Putin has lied continually about Russia’s role, but our leaders are complicit for letting him live this lie.

  • Dirk Smith

    Why is this an article? Ever since Illovaisk the world has known this. Putin is an international mafia syndicate that occasionally governs. WAKE UP!!!!!

  • Brent

    Maybe you should check your terrorist funding website…..hopefully the U.S. government recognizes the DPR as terrorists soon and Russo Nazzi terrorists like you get shut down and Trump deports you as an illegal immigrant terrorist….

    • Dagwood Bumstead

      How can Trump deport Screwie? Screwie is sitting in a cubicle at 55, ul. Savushkina, St Petersburg, Dwarfstan.

      • Alex George

        Looks like screwie has run off with his tail between his legs. Typical frightened Russian troll .

    • Quartermaster

      “May” is the important word. If Trump’s administration gives the issue serious thought, it will never happen. Trump has often spoken off the cuff without forethought. The people that apparently under consideration for positions in the National Security apparatus, are not friends of Russia’s aggression.

      • Quartermaster

        You have no idea what he is against other than he’s against unlimited interventionism. I have the strange feeling Putin is not going to like the final conclusion. Putin’s actions are on the verge of being recognized by the UN as aggression. Europe is on the same path with the Hague Court having now held that Putin is an aggressor.

        The noose keeps tightening.

        • Quartermaster

          Trump has had very little to say about Russia or Ukraine. No one knows what Trump will do.

          • Quartermaster

            That is very little. If he researches Crimea, he will find they ain’t happy with being part of Russia as Putin has turned the place into a prison, and none of the promises made have been kept. The economy of the peninsula has been tanked by the Russians, and much property has been stolen by Putin’s regime. Turning the place into a prison is all that’s keeping dissent tamped down.
            I don’t mind if the Rooskis bomb Syria. Keeping Assad in power is the least bad option there and Obama and Hillary have demonstrated beyond doubt their foreign policy incompetence there as well as in Libya and the rest of the middle East.
            He might like Putin now, but that’s subject to change with the assumption of office. Putin has been a genuine headache for his neighbors and Europe. I’d say the likelihood of change is rather high.

          • Quartermaster

            He hasn’t researched yet. The Brezovets poll, like the so called “referendum” is bogus. I’d expect the same sort of result if a poll had been taken in Poland after the Soviets and Nazis carved it up.
            You have no idea what you are talking about on the votes.

          • Quartermaster

            If you’re ever able to drag yourself out of your Putinist shell, you might be able to learn why few trust it.

          • Quartermaster

            You’re truly amusing. If you think that matters, then I’ll be glad sell you some ocean front property in South Dakota.

          • Quartermaster

            Sure you are, and a rather uncritical one at that. Anyone that truly thinks that Putin’s minions are going to allow people from countries hostile to his regime to interview just anyone they like is too naive to allow them out without a keeper.

          • Quartermaster

            If things were just fine, as you think, then Russia would not have had to create a police state to keep things tamped down. Russia is acting as a classical occupier. Frankly, given the evidence, you’re simply naïve.

            With few exceptions, Russia is recognized as an invader and occupier. You may offer as many excuses as you wish, but nothing will change the fact of what Russia did and what it is. So far, there is no real evidence of what you claim.

            This will be my last response on this.

          • Alex George

            What;s in the videos? Something interesting or relevant?

          • Alex George

            Exactly. All he has done is offer excuses, whilst trying to run away from facts as fast as he can. These posts are an excellent example of a Russian troll making up whatever comes into his head in order to distract!

          • Alex George

            Based on numerous contacts in Crimea, western reporting and lack of credible support for your position of course. Plus your complete lack of any experience of Crimea.

            The people of Crimea do not want to be part of Russia. They are only held there by force .

            That is al lthe more so since they have experienced Russian corruption and mismanagement for real

          • Alex George

            A messenger for what? So far all you have done is quote russian propaganda sites.

          • Alex George

            Why would you even think that? You are making less and less sense with each post .

          • Alex George

            That it doesn’t exist, for starters.

            This is why you Russian trolls have no credibility – you are prepared to say anything at all to “win” an argument, but the result is that nobody believes you anymore.

          • Alex George

            Yes, you are so stupid. That poll was conducted by a German organisation, by phone, without visiting Crimea.

            The main thing it proved was that people in the Crimea did not dare express any criticism of the Russian occupiers over the phone.

            Which was not in the least surprising – Anyone who did give such criticise is likely to disappear. It might be called the FSB now, but it is still the Cheka.

          • Alex George

            There is no such thing as “Taras Berezovets poll” so why waste our time with this?

          • Alex George

            Ah, so you have no counter-argument to give. The reference to the “Taras Berezovets poll” was always just a lie

          • Alex George

            Which is not at all accurate.

            You are very desperately hoping, aren’t you . Because you know you are losing this war.

      • Alex George

        “He is against mainstream”

        What on earth does that mean?

    • Alex George

      “Trump said he may recognize Crimea as part of Russia… so very well could be he would recognize DPR as a state.”

      Even if the frst part was true, why would the second follow?

      Apart from your own wishful thinking I mean?

  • Quartermaster

    I hope someone recorded the broadcast and puts the clip up on You Tube.