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Donetsk youth wore pro-Ukrainian T-shirts for meeting with leaders of the “DNR”

Donetsk youth wearing pro-Ukrainian t-shirts to a meeting with “DNR” leaders
Donetsk youth wore pro-Ukrainian T-shirts for meeting with leaders of the “DNR”
Translated by: A. N.

In Donetsk, some young men and women wore t-shirts with signs “Donetsk is Ukraine” to a meeting of the leader of terrorists Denis Pushilin with residents.

The event took place on December 1, 2014.  Pushilin was the key speaker at the meeting.

In the video you can see how a woman who stood behind Pushilin threatens the youth with her fist. And after the meeting, she gathered the young people and demanded to see their documents.

Woman behind speaking Pushilin threaten the youth with her fist
Woman behind speaking Pushilin threaten the youth with her fist

 

Donetsk youth wearing pro-Ukrainian t-shirts to a meeting with "DNR" leaders
Donetsk youth wearing pro-Ukrainian t-shirts to a meeting with “DNR” leaders

This can be seen in the video distributed by Hromadske.TV of the Donetsk Oblast.

Unfortunately, the fate of the young people is unknown.

Multiple cases of persecution of Ukrainian patriots in Donetsk have been reported. A story of Irina Dovgan, who helped the Ukrainian military and was later tied by Russian militants to a pillory pole, beaten and abused, received a wide circulation.

 

Translated by: A. N.
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