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InformNapalm’s proofs of Russian military aggression presented during NATO PA

Nov. 19, 2016 – Today Ukrainian parliamentary delegation presented two InformNapalm’s videos with the evidence of Russian military aggression against Ukraine before members of NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Istanbul, Turkey.

InformNapam volunteer intelligence community has been gathering evidence of Russian aggression in Ukraine for over 2 years. Proving the participation of Russian professional military in the war in Donbas is the most important part of our work. While Russian soldiers have been pretty cautious and carefully cover up their combat involvement, they still leave traces. Our analysts sift through different sources – websites, videos, social media posts – to find these traces and present investigations to public. So far we have identified servicemen from 75 Russian military units sent to Ukraine on the orders of their command. This video will quickly guide you through our major findings.

You can explore our full database here: http://russian-presence-in-ukraine.silk.co [1]

It contains 165 documented incidents. Each record in our database has a link to the detailed investigation behind the case.

See also:  [2]Database and Video Overview of the Russian Weaponry in the Donbas [2]

http://russian-weaponry-in-ukraine.silk.co [3]

Lawmakers from NATO Parliamentary Assembly adopted reports urging NATO member-states “to stand firm in supporting Ukraine and maintain a strong stance against Russian belligerence”. Read full press-release of NATO PA here: http://www.nato-pa.int/Default.asp?CAT2=0&CAT1=0&CAT0=0&SHORTCUT=4366 [4]


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