SBU detained subordinate terrorist "Byesa." Fled to the Crimea

2014-06-28 05:07 PM
SBU detained members of terrorist organizations operating in the East of Ukraine.

This is stated in the notice Security Service of Ukraine.

According to the report, he was the leader of a group of fighters, nicknamed “Czech”.

militants managed to keep in Novooleksiyivtsi Kherson region in the train “Donetsk - Sevastopol”.

As the SBU, “Cech” receive tasks directly from one of the terrorists Igor Bezlyera (“Besa”).

“Czech” led a group of 25 fighters, which provide movement of military equipment (anti-aircraft installations, tanks) and saboteurs from Russia to the Slovyansk and Gorlovki.

As you know, despite the truce, terrorists continue to fire position ATO forces the word ‘yang.


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