Invasion of Ukraine planned tonight, says Military Expert Dmitry Tymchuk of the ‘Information Resistance’ in his FB post.

“Operative news from the ‘Information Resistance’ group. We, the ‘Information Resistance’ group, have received from our reliable sources satisfactory confirmation of the statement of Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry that the observed activity of separatists in eastern Ukraine over the last three days is nothing but the beginning of the second phase of the scenario for the Russian invasion into our country.

In particular, according to our information, the separatist leaders, who follow the plan of GRU * of General Headquarters of Russian Armed Forces, have been given the instructions to organize a ‘corridor’ through the state border of Ukraine for let convoys of military equipment pass from Russian territory at the night of April 8th to 9th.

Separatists also have received orders to organize provocations with casualties in cities of the region which could be interpreted by the Russian side as “terror against the people organized by Ukrainian authorities”.

In addition, the coordinators of Russian GRU, who work in the region, have instructed the separatists to use gunfire weapons in case attempts to liberate the occupied administrative buildings are taken. According to our information, Ukrainian law enforcement agencies and special services are now taking the necessary measures to block the groups of the separatists. The State Border Service and the Armed Forces of Ukraine are carrying out activities to block and defend the state border in the respective areas”.

* GRU – Directorate General of Intelligence of General Headquarters of Russian Armed Forces


Translated by Ministry of Defense FB, edited by Alya Shandra

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