Saturday, May 31, 2014

Donetsk People's Republic have evidence that Kiev uses foreign mercenaries

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Voice of Russia | May 31, 2014
The authorities of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic claim  to have evidence that Kiev recruits foreign mercenaries to conduct the special operation in the south-east, Prime Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic, Alexander Borodai said in an interview with RIA Novosti.

"We hear the English language on the air (radio communications interception), we have seen lists (of people), who were captured in the airport. Judging by the names, the people put down for allowances are obviously of foreign origin. They are Anglo-Saxon. It is not clear - American or Britons. They have snipers; and good ones. Their manners, their weapons make it easy to define them as foreigners…They are clearly not Ukrainian military," said Borodai.

On Monday, May 26, there were battles between militiamen and Ukrainian law enforcers, who used military air power in Donetsk, in the vicinities of the airport and railway station. DPR fighters seized the airport building but, after that, were dislodged. Currently, the airport is under the full control of the Ukrainian military. According to some information, the headquarters of the military operation launched in the city moved there.

According to Borodai, Kiev "could hire foreign private military companies." "I'm not talking about a foreign intervention. The world market for such specialists is wide," said the Prime Minister of the DPR. He says this information was confirmed by the Ukrainian military. "Those who graduated from Ukrainian military academies, who served in the ranks of the Ukrainian armed forces, are now fighting on the side of the DPR. There are ties between our guys and our enemies. There are people who do not want war and don't want to kill their brothers… They speak with us on the telephone and on walkie-talkies. They say it themselves. They say: guys, we are sorry, we don't control the situation, we're not commanders," said Borodai.

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