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Russian ‘titushki’ dressed in Ukrainian soldiers’ uniforms to ‘swear allegiance’ to the people of Crimea

Russian ‘titushki’ dressed in Ukrainian soldiers’ uniforms to ‘swear allegiance’ to the people of Crimea
Article by: Yuriy Lukanov
Translated by: Christine Chraibi
Edited by: A. N.

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Performance being staged once again in Sevastopol

The Russian ‘titushki’, who were actively buying Ukrainian military uniforms yesterday, will swear allegiance to the people of Crimea, simulating defected soldiers. Dmytro Tymchuk, director of the Center for Political and Military Studies, reported this in his FB status.

“It is now clear why yesterday the occupiers were in such dire need of Ukrainian military uniforms that they were shopping en masse at Crimean ‘Voentorg’ Army shops and looting from pillaged depots of the Ukrainian Navy,” he wrote. “In particular, in Sevastopol Russian ‘titushki’ are being massively dressed in Ukrainian uniforms. Simulating defected Navy soldiers, they will swear ‘allegiance to the people of Crimea’,” added Tymchuk.

Translated by Alya Shandra, edited by Robin Rohrback

Source: http://fakty.ictv.ua/

Translated by: Christine Chraibi
Edited by: A. N.
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