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Militants led by Russian colonel are hiding banned weapons in Donetsk - InformNapalm (Photos) 09/29/2016 21:47:19. Total views 830. Views today — 0.

A large accumulation of weapons is at militants’ disposal in one of the areas in occupied Donetsk. It is evidenced by the photos which volunteer air intelligence handed over to the InformNapalm international intelligence community.

Thus, they recorded another large accumulation of military machinery and heavy weapons of 122 and 125 mm caliber, which militants concentrated at a distance of about 15-17 km away from the demarcation line in violation of the Minsk agreements.

In addition to automotive vehicles, MAZ-537 tow car, BMP, C 2 vehicle, and MT-LB, they recorded more than 20 units of T-64BV and T-72B of various modifications (caliber 125 mm) and minimum 2 Gvozdika ACS 2C1 units ( caliber 122 mm). Coordinates: 47.9583438, 37.8532007.

On the basis of insider data from HUMINT-network, InformNapalm also o found that the so-called 5th separate motorized rifle brigade (SMRB) of the 1st Army Corps (AC) was located in that area. The brigade commander has the callsign Kremen.

The website of the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine discloses detailed information about the fact that Colonel of the Russian Armed Forces Igor Kapliy hides under the callsign Kremen, he had previously served in command positions in the Airborne Troops of the Russian Federation Armed Forces. Prior to "travel" to Donbass, he served as commander of the 51st Parachute Regiment (Tula, Russia), as well as Chief of the 242nd training center for junior specialists (Omsk, Russia).

InformNapalm conducted investigation allowed to draw the following conclusions:

- Russian side oversees the process of equipment supply;

- in violation of the Minsk agreements, the occupied territory continues to be nourished with heavy weapons;

- Russian officers hold command positions in the illegal armed groups.