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Russian journalists film terrorists shelling Ukrainian troops from residential buldings during “ceasefire”

Russian journalists film terrorists shelling Ukrainian troops from residential buldings during “ceasefire”

The state-owned and largest Russian TV channel has filmed how terrorists shell the Donetsk airport from an apartment house from an automatic grenade launcher despite the announced ceasefire. In doing this, the terrorists blame the Ukrainian army in shelling the residential sector. The Russian journalist claims that the house is being shelled by Grad missile system, while from the sound one can easily identify that the house is not being shelled but it is Grad missile system is firing from near the house.

The Russian journalist acknowledges that they are placing the lives of the civilians still living in the building under danger and explains that terrorists must change their position as Ukrainian forces may return the fire.

This report is rock hard evidence that terrorists strictly follow the instruction of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, given on March 4, 2014: “Let the Ukrainian military shoot at their own people, behind whose backs we stand, not in front but behind!”


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