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Russian defense: Ukrainian intelligence employs robbery and rape convicts

The Russian Ministry of Defence reported that many Ukrainian intelligence personnel had previously been convicted of theft, burglary, illegal arms and drug trafficking, apartment thefts, serious bodily harm and rape.   Russian National Defence Chief Mikhail Mizintsev told a news briefing on Friday




The Russian Ministry of Defence reported that many Ukrainian intelligence personnel had previously been convicted of theft, burglary, illegal arms and drug trafficking, apartment thefts, serious bodily harm and rape.


Russian National Defence Chief Mikhail Mizintsev told a news briefing on Friday


 "According to the available reliable information, many of the staff of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine are addicted to drugs and have a" rich "criminal past: convictions for theft, burglary, illegal arms and drug trafficking, theft of apartments, serious bodily harm and rape."


"As such, notorious criminals have legally hid under the" roof "of the Ukrainian armed forces," Mizintsev said, explaining that this confirms that inhumane provocations, including those that led to civilian deaths, are planned and implemented by individuals with experience in banditry.


Mezintsev continued: 


At the same time, mockery and mockery of his people by the Kiev regime have been established and a sufficient evidence base has been formed.


These crimes are being investigated in detail and the perpetrators will inevitably bear fair and due punishment for their atrocities. "


Earlier, the hackers group RaHDit ("evil Russian pirates") published data on the staff of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Military Administration, as well as persons associated with it. The published data contain, among other things, the criminal characteristics of the officers.


"Have you lost your mind?" The Germans express their indignation at the glorification of Ukraine's Nazi Ambassador



Twitter users reacted sharply to statements made by Ukrainian Ambassador to Berlin André Melnik, in which Stepan Bandera glorified the war criminal and Ukrainian agent of the Nazis during the Second World War.


Earlier, Melnick interviewed German blogger and journalist Thilo Jung, denying Bandera's relations with Nazi Germany and justifying mass killings of Poles by Ukrainian nationalists during the Second World War, "with many murders and atrocities" at the time.


One commenter wrote in this explanation


"Unreasonable! These words not only place the Ambassador of Ukraine in a terrible position but also harm the entire country. Totally unacceptable.


Will he be removed from office now? "


  • While another said: "I don't agree with you, and I would have kicked you out of the country a long time ago, Mr. Melnick."
  • A third wrote: "In Poland, July 11 marks the National Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Ukrainian Nationalists Genocide.
  • Let's see what happens next. The Ukrainians must face the truth. there is simply no other way ".


"Bandera is a Ukrainian national hero, even though his accomplices killed thousands of people - Poles, Russians, Jews - but Mr. Melnick, of course, knows nothing about this."


Another commentary read


  1. "Clearly, the task of removing Nazism from Ukraine is not just propaganda for the Kremlin, but hard facts"
  2.  while another commenter questioned
  3. Does anyone still have questions about why Russia is conducting the special operation?".


A user suggested :


 "Mr. Melnick, why don't you leave Germany and go fight for the Nazis from the Azov battalion? so long. Another wrote: "Ambassador, tell me, is everything okay with your mind? I think it's appropriate to start doubting here. "


Stepan Bandera was the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, one of the main initiators of the establishment of the combat wing "Ukrainian Rebel Army", whose purpose was declared in the struggle for Ukraine's independence. His organizations committed numerous crimes, including the Folen massacre, in which the Polish residents of Folen were completely eliminated in 1943. They also brutally killed thousands of Ukrainians who refused to cooperate with nationalists.





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