Nadiya Savchenko Resumes Hunger Strike (letter from prison) #FreeSavchenko

Nadiya Savchenko via Mark Feygin, attorney
04.27.2015
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Letter written by Nadiya Savchenko and given to her lawyer Mark Feygin:

Nadiya Savchenko during March 26, 2015 court appearance

 

“Russian feed won’t do much good to a Ukrainian horse!”

I tried… But it [food] just won’t go down!

I can’t force the food down my throat when after eating a measly 100 grams of cheese, 20 grams of butter and 30 grams of sugar, you have to make a written statement that I did eat all that. It is as if they are collecting these statements like receipts, to bill Ukraine for the “expensive” upkeep of their people’s deputy!

Food sticks in your throat when you have to eat under the eye of three prison wardens and a doctor, and three video cameras rolling! And then they bring the scales and weigh you after every meal, as if you’re expected to gain a kilogram after eating 100 grams of food!

I cannot stomach Russian food! Even their water and air are poison to me!

I’ve become allergic – no-one can say to what, and no-one can cure it. All they can do is shove me with medicines. Maybe I’m allergic to Russia? To prison?!

I weigh 50 kg, sugar level 2.8, blood pressure 90×50, temperature 35.8.

I am being transferred from prison to the guarded department of a municipal hospital, with bargaining and agreements that I will start eating at least something once there…

I don’t know… I’m not sure I can force anything down…

Please don’t write me letters asking me to live and eat. Hunger is the only weapon I have to fight the lawlessness of Russian authorities. So don’t ask me to lay it down!

Free birds cannot live in prison! And in a foreign land, one can die from missing Ukraine alone.

Still alive! Always fighting!

27.04.2015

[Signed] Nadiya Savchenko

See also: Savchenko to be hospitalized after tests “raise serious concerns for her health, KPHG.org

Source: Mark Feygin Twitter

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Dmitry Tymchuk: Military update 5.27 #FreeSavchenko

information_resistance_logo_engDmitry Tymchuk, Head of the Center for Military and Political Research, Coordinator of the Information Resistance group, Member of Parliament (People’s Front)
05.27.2015
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Operational data from Information Resistance:

Over the past 24 hours, attacks by Russian-terrorist forces have somewhat declined. Insurgents opened fire from various weapons, including 120-mm mortars, artillery systems, and armored vehicles, which were to be withdrawn from the line of contact under the Minsk Agreements.

The most difficult situation is observed in the seaside direction. In the vicinity of Shyrokyne, terrorists have used the entire set of infantry weapons, including 120-mm mortars and AGS-17 “Plamya” automatic grenade launchers. Fire support from several firing groups of illegal armed gangs with 122-mm cannon artillery has been observed near Chermalyk and Pavlopil.

In the vicinity of ​​Pisky and Lozove, terrorists used anti-tank missile systems and grenade launchers, trying to strike the personnel and equipment of Ukrainian units located at the engineering facilities at the forefront.

Insurgents fired at positions of the ATO forces from mortars and large-caliber machine guns near the settlements of Luhanske and Myronivskyi. Shelling of our positions from the enemy’s BMP-2 has been observed in the vicinity of Kyrove and Troitske; ZU-23-2 anti-aicraft autocannon has provided fire support [to the enemy]. During the firefights near Hranitne, Ukrainian troops have destroyed a 120-mm mortar detachment of terrorists with retaliatory fire.

Movement of Russian-terrorist forces’ military units and equipment:

A well-guarded convoy from six army trucks and three BTR-80 has been moved from Lutuhyne to Krasnyi Luch.

A convoy of 16 vehicles and military equipment, including six specialized vehicles and special-purpose car vans of a long-distance communication station, two MT-LB and four ACS 2S1 “Carnation,” have been seen moving between Ilovaisk and Khartsyzsk in the direction of Donetsk.

A transfer of seven terrorist tanks to a site near Stanytsia Luhanska through Mykolaivka has been observed; the tanks were subsequently used to conduct adjusted fire on the positions of the ATO forces in the area.

Russian military equipment on the border with Ukraine. Source

Russian military equipment on the border with Ukraine. Source

In the vicinity of ​​Donetsk, Novotoshkivka, and Katerynivka, a group of Russian-terrorist forces continue to get reinforced. A convoy from seven army trucks and two BMP-2 has procceded into the area.

The transfer of armored vehicles has been recorded in the northwestern and eastern parts of Horlivka’s illegal armed gangs. During the past 24 hours, the transfer of four tanks has been observed to an area in the vicinity of LeninskeShumy.

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB

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Dmitry Tymchuk: Military update 5.26 #FreeSavchenko

information_resistance_logo_engDmitry Tymchuk, Head of the Center for Military and Political Research, Coordinator of the Information Resistance group, Member of Parliament (People’s Front)
05.26.2015
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Operational data from Information Resistance:

Over the past 24 hours, Russian- terrorist troops in Donbas carried out attacks mainly from small arms, grenade launchers, 82- and 120-mm mortars. There are also documented cases of [terrorist] use of armored vehicles and artillery systems, which were to be withdrawn from the line of contact under the Minsk Agreements.

The enemy was leading sniper fire on the positions [of Ukrainian troops] in the vicinity of Mariinka. In the PiskyAvdiivka stretch, insurgents were operating in firing groups armed with mobile means of destruction. A fortified area of Ukrainian troops near Opytne was shelled by ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft systems at least twice, with their subsequent transfer and departure. As a result of the ensuing firefight in the vicinity of Leninske, terrorists used 82-mm mortars to suppress the firing positions of our troops. An insurgent tank group has been operating between Novhorodske and Verkhnotoretske. Three enemy tanks periodically aimed open fire at our forefront from camouflaged positions.

In the seaside direction, tensions remain in Shyrokyne and on the PavlopilChermalyk stretch. In these areas, illegal armed groups fired at the positions of ATO forces from large-caliber machine guns, grenade launchers, and mortars (including 120-mm caliber mortars). A stronghold near Chermalyk and the positions of the ATO forces north and west of Shyrokyne have been shelled several times from 122-mm D-30 and 2S1 Gvozdika howitzers.

Russians shelling Ukrainian Donbas Battalion positions in Shyrokyne, May 26th [in Russian]: 

The situation remains difficult in the Luhansk direction. Terrorists fire from infantry weapons, occasionally interrupted by artillery raids from 122-mm artillery in the vicinity of Krymske, Zolote, and Novotoshkivka. In the LuhanskeMyronivskyi stretch, insurgents used several BMP-2 to fire at Ukrainian troop positions. After intensive fire from regular 30-mm automatic guns, the BMP moved back to insurgent battle formations under cover of mortar fire.

Movement of military equipment and units of the Russian-terrorist forces:

Movement of insurgent traffic remains the busiest in Donetsk, Luhansk and their surrounding areas – from Krasnyi Luch towards Snizhne and Debaltseve, from Amvrosiivka to Starobeshevo and the South. In addition, the TorezShakhtarskYenakijeveHorlivka direction has been “revived.” However, the main cargo flow intended for terrorists goes through the Ilovaisk transport hub, as before.

Armored vehicles of illegal armed gangs contine to accumulate in the Kirovskyi and Petrovskyi districts of Donetsk. They are dispersed at the city auto-repair shops and logistics terminals, as well as disguised in the close vicinity of residential areas. To date, according to the IR group estimates, there are no less than 120 armored vehicles, a quarter of which are tanks (mainly T-72M, T-72BA, T-72B3, a T-64B and T-64BV).

To the south of Makiivka (between Hirnytskyi district and the Donetsk Koltseva road), two “Tor-M1” air defense missile systems and their outfitted positions have been observed.

A terrorist infrantry grop (40 men on three BTR-80 and three trucks) have proceeded from Amvrosiivka in the direction of Telmanove.

In Yakovlivka and Yasynuvata, the arrival of “brand new” units of illegal armed gangs has been recorded – 10 tanks, 15 vehicles, and about 250 insurgents.

The regrouping of armored terrorist vehicles continues from the ​​PervomaiskStakhanov area to the right flank in the direction of DonetskeZhelobok. More armored vehicles have been moved into this area – two BMP-2, a BTR-80, and three T-64B tanks.

Sunset in Shyrokyne. Photo Noah Brooks. Source

Sunset in Shyrokyne, May 24, 2015. Photo Noah Brooks. Source

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB 

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Dmitry Tymchuk: Military update 5.25 #FreeSavchenko

information_resistance_logo_engDmitry Tymchuk, Head of the Center for Military and Political Research, Coordinator of the Information Resistance group, Member of Parliament (People’s Front)
05.25.2015
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Operational data from Information Resistance:

Over the weekend (May 23­ — May 24, 2015), Russian-terrorist forces continued to actively shell the positions of Ukrainian troops and civilian targets. During May 23, massive shellings were observed on the stretch from Shumy, Mayorske to Avdiivka. The enemy used small arms and AGS-17 “Plamya” and Z-23-2 automatic grenade launchers (mounted to mobile vehicles) by its firing groups. Insurgents inflicted a firestrike from 120-mm mortars on the advanced positions of Ukrainain troops in the vicinity of Troitske.

In the Artemivsk direction, the positions of Ukrainian troops were shelled from 122-mm cannon artillery and mortars (82- and 120-mm) near Luhanske, Myronivske, Sanzharivka and Rozsadky. In addition, the movement of several armored vehicles has been recorded inside terrorist combat detachments (four armored vehicles, including two tanks).

Avdiivka after May 25th shelling with 120-mm mortars (source):

Avdiivka Coke Plant has been shelled from cannon artillery (over 70 shells have exploded on the territory of the plant), whereby the plant was forced to stop operations. Insurgents shelled the plant from 122-mm artillery – from positions near ​​Spartak and Yasynuvata (D-30 howitzers, three firing batteries), from 152-mm artillery – from Kyivskyi district of Donetsk (a “MSTA-B” 6-weapon battery howitzer). These terrorist artillery units shelled the settlements of Pisky and Opytne twice this Saturday, several fire strikes were inflicted on Tonenke and Vodyane. In addition, the positions of Ukrainian troops near Krasnohorivka and Mariinka have been shelled from mortars and AGS-17 [automatic grenade launchers].

Avdiivka Coke and coal plant after May 22nd shelling (source):

South of Donetsk (in the vicinity of Starohnativka and Hraninte), the positions of Ukrainian troops were repeatedly fired at from AGS-17 and large-caliber machine guns (the enemy tried to provoke retaliatory fire to determine the firing system of the ATO forces in order to coordinate the further actions of their sabotage and reconnaissance groups). Insurgents opened fire from 120-mm mortarts several times in the area.

In the vicinity of Krymske, Sokilnyky, Shchastya, Stanytsia Luhanska, insurgents have repeatedly opened fire from 82-mm mortars and AGS-17, firing at the advanced positions of the ATO forces. On the ZhovteVesela Hora stretch, insurgents have pushed forward a battery of 82-mm mortars and at least three AGS-17 “Plamya” (in the direction of a river between Raivka and Zhovte). Terrorists opened “sighting” fire.

In the area between Leninske and Nelipivka, a terrorist sabotage and reconnaissance group (12 people) has attempted to penetrate deep into the battle formations of Ukrainian troops under cover of heavy mortar fire, practically bypassing Artemove and Shumy from the southwest. The group’s goal was to uncover the defense system in the vicinity of ​​ Artemove and possibly reach the outskirts of Dzerzhynsk. However, when they reached the Zalizna Creek, the insurgent saboteurs were found by the outposts of the ATO forces and as a result of a firefight were forced to retreat (at least two subversives were wounded).

In the seaside (Mariupol) direction, insurgents fired with large-caliber machine guns and automatic grenade launchers in the vicinity of Shyrokyne on Saturday, May 23.

On Sunday, May 24, 2015, a terrorist artillery group operated in this direction from 122-mm D-30 howitzers (near Chermalyk) and several 120-mm mortars and AGS [automatic grenade launchers], aimed directly at Shyrokyne and the altitudes north-west of this settlement. Ukrainian troops opened fire in response.

Insurgents also actively conducted reconnaissance using UAVs. Their use was observed in the Luhansk and Mariupol directions (16 flights).

On Sunday, May 24, terrorists fired at Pisky, Opytne, Avdiivka, and Butivka mine mainly with 120-mm mortars. Mobile firing groups of insurgents (ZU-23-2 mounted on vehicles and three BMP-2) fired at the positions of ATO forces in the vicinity of Pisky and Krasnohorivka.

In the vicinity of Kyrove, a 120-mm terrorist mortar battery fired at Ukrainian positions for 40 minutes.

On Sunday, three UAV flights were observed near Mariupol (two of them worked along the coast).

Over the weekend, the most active movement of insurgent logistic vehicles has been recorded between Luhansk, Alchevsk, and Perevalsk. Both motor vehicles and armored vehicles (including tanks) actively move between Shakhtarsk and Khartsyzsk, especially from the direction of Ilovaisk.

The following attracted our attention:

• A convoy of 4 KAMAZ trucks and a BTR-80 between Ilovaisk and Khartsyzsk towards Makiivka. Armed guards and tarped trucks were observed. This convoy transported servicemen of the Russian Armed Forces; each soldier had radio communication equipment.

• Three 122-mm D-30 howitzers accompanied by a BTR-80 and a BRDM on the march between Antratsyt and Krasnyi Luch. The convoy headed to Horlivka through Debaltseve and Vuhlehirsk.

Movement of military equipment and units:

• Reinforcement of an insurgent group concentrated across from a highway leading to Artemivsk ​​has been observed near Horlivka (four BTR-80 arrived, which were previously observed in the vicinity of Yasynuvata, four tanks have been transferred from Yenakijeve).

• The accumulation of military equipment and manpower continues in the Petrovskyi and Kyrovskyi districts of Donetsk. An armored group – eight tanks accompanied by three ACVs, two BMP-2, and a BTR-70 – has arrived in the area south of Staromykhaylivka. It was followed by four trucks with material and technical resources.

• In the Petrovskyi district of Donetsk, the arrival of a “roaming battery” has been observed (according to the revised data – four D-30 howitzers). Also, up to 10 vehicles with Russian mercenaries have arrived in the district (vans and SUVs).

• An active rearrangement of insurgent armored vehicles has been observed; these vehicles were previously transferred into the area of ​​Pervomaisk, Irmino, and Bryanka. Some of armored vehicles are transferred towards the Bakhmutka highway (towards Donetske and Zhelobok). Movement of three T-72BA tanks on the march has been observed in the vicinity of Frunze in the direction of the Bakhmutka highway.

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB 

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Dmitry Tymchuk: Military update 5.22 #FreeSavchenko

information_resistance_logo_engDmitry Tymchuk, Head of the Center for Military and Political Research, Coordinator of the Information Resistance group, Member of Parliament (People’s Front)
05.22.2015
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Operational data from Information Resistance:

Russian-terrorist forces in Donbas continue shelling the positions of Ukrainian troops and [civilian] settlements. During the past 24 hours, the positions of the ATO forces have been fired at from 82-mm and 120-mm mortars and AGS-17 “Plamya” automatic grenade launchers in the vicinity of Zolote, Donetske, and Novotoshkivske. During the attacks, small infantry groups of the enemy (10-15 people) made repeated attempts to penetrate the flanks and the rear of the battle formations of Ukrainian units holding defense in this direction, under the cover of mortars and intense small arms fire delivered by firing groups. In the course of these attempts, Ukrainian troops were forced to repeatedly engage in armed confrontations with the enemy and stop it by firing from their positions.

According to the IR group experts, the nature of the insurgent actions suggests that these enemy tactical groups were assigned a priority task – to capture Ukrainian servicemen. In our opinion, this [task] should force Ukrainian command to take measures and enhance the security of the rests and movements of military in the tactical rear of the troops.

On the Krymske and Sokilnyky stretch and in the vicinity of Shchastya and Stanytsia Luhanska, numerous “small groups” of terrorists continue to vigorously operate in the riverside shrubs (taking into account their method of operation, only a fraction can be considered a professionally trained sabotage and reconnaissance group, the majority has clearly not been adequately trained). The actions of these groups are accompanied by a heavy shelling of the Ukrainian positions from automatic heavy grenade launchers, mortars, and large-caliber machine guns.

Insurgents, using also heavy infantry weapons (primarily mortars and automatic heavy grenade launchers) and trying to provoke the return fire of ATO forces in the LuhanskRozsadkySanzharivka stretch, conducted reconnaissance by fire. The insurgents also used 120-mm mortars.

In addition, an insurgent mortar group (with 82-mm mortars) took up positions almost back-to-back with the settlement of Luhanske. Ukrainian servicemen were forced to open fire from infantry weapons, forcing the terrorists to move deeper into their battle formations.

In the Donetsk direction, terrorists actively used artillery (122-mm), mortars (82-mm and 120-mm in caliber), and armored vehicles. Ukrainian troop positions and strongholds came under fire in the vicinity of Opytne, Vodyane, Pervomaiske, Sjeverne, Avdiivka, and Pisky.

On the Mariinka­Krasnohorivka stretch, insurgents shelled the leading edge of the Ukrainian positions.

Terrorists shelled Tonenke with 120-mm mortars and 122-mm artillery from their firing positions near Spartak. Terrorists used a local church building as a sighting mark (which was holding a [church] service at the time). The neighboring Sjeverne has been shelled as well.

In the vicinity of ​​Mariinka, the positions of Ukrainian troops were shelled by several insurgent tanks operating under cover of automatic heavy grenade launchers [AHGL] and mortar fire from positions that were set up in advance. At the same time, terrorist snipers fired at Ukrainian positions trying to prevent Ukrainian servicemen from using anti-tank weapons in retaliation.

In addition, enemy armored vehicles have been spotted in the area between Opytne and the southern suburbs of Avdiivka (3 tanks and 3–4 AFVs); they periodically leave the forefront positions outfitted earlier and conduct aimed fire at the positions of Ukrainian troops and civilian objects.

In the seaside (Mariupol) direction, insurgents shelled the positions of Ukrainian troops both in the vicinity of Shyrokyne and on the heights northwest of the village (using mortars, AHGLs, and 122-mm artillery). Insurgents used tanks that opened fire from a distance of up to 2 km at the advanced positions of Ukrainain troops several times during the past 24 hours near Shyrokyne, fearing the aimed return fire of Ukrainian anti-tank weapons.

Insurgents opened fire from small arms and 82-mm mortars onto the positions of the ATO forces near Hranitne (operated by an insurgent mortar battery).

During the past 24 hours the busiest areas of insurgent convoy movement were in the directions of KrasnodonLuhansk, LuhanskKrasnyi Luch, through Amvrosiivka to Starobesheve and Khartsyzsk, a district in Donetsk, as well as from Shakhtarsk towards YenakiieveHorlivka, through Makiivka and towards Donetsk. A sharp increase in the number of tankers has been observed in convoys heading towards Donetsk. A transfer of ammunition, weapons and equipment continues from Ilovaisk to the northern and north-eastern direction. A convoy has been observed near Alchevsk (16 vehicles); it included four vehicles identified as R-149BMR “Kushetka-B” (command and staff vehicle of operatives of the Russian Armed Forces).

Movement of military equipment and troops: 

• In the Petrovskyi district of Donetsk, reinforcement of the local insurgent “garrison” has been observed – up to 100 new people arrived.

• Two new terrorist units have been observed near Mariinka: a unit with mortars (six 120-mm and six 82-mm 2B “Vasilek” mortars), several AFVs (eight vehicles, mostly APCs and armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicles) and trucks, the second unit – with six tanks (some of them are not combat-ready) and 15-16 AFVs (including MT-LB with ZU-23-2, BMP-2 and four BTR-80).

• In the vicinity of Panteleymonivka and Yasynuvata, insurgents continue to strenuously disguise armored vehicles transferred to the area. Camouflaged positions are set up, armored vehicles are dispersed around the area, mobile firing groups are formed (1 or 2, sometimes 3 to 4 tanks and a support group of 5-6 ACVs and an infantry group, at times including 2-3 mortars or 1-2 ZU-23- 2, installed on a vehicle). Terrorists operate in these groups on the stretch from Shumy to Mariinka.

• In the area of Dokuchajevsk Olenivka, insurgents continue to reshuffle the tactical group deployed north of Dokuchajevsk. Movement of transport and armored vehicles has been observed.

• Six 2S1 “Carnation” 122-mm self-propelled howitzers arrived in Makiivka. Earlier, 4 camouflaged 2S3 “Acacia” [Akatsiya] 152-mm self-propelled howitzers have been recorded in the area.

Destroyed bridge in Slovyansk. Photo: Svetlana Dmitrenko

Destroyed bridge in Slovyansk. Photo: Svetlana Dmitrenko

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB 

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Information Resistance: Assessment (Infographic) – Threats in the East and South of Ukraine for 05/21. #FreeSavchenko

information_resistance_logo_engDmitry Tymchuk, Head of the Center for Military and Political Research, Coordinator of the Information Resistance group, Member of Parliament (People’s Front)
05.21.2015
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Throughout 05.13. – 05.21.2015, the situation has somewhat improved in Luhansk region, due to the efforts of local (regional) authorities to tighten the entry and exit control in the ATO zone. At the same time, we are observing increased terrorist activity by the “LNR” [Luhansk People’s Republic] in the Ukraine-controlled part of the region (evidently, those are the terrorists’ attempts to “get revenge” on the Luhansk region governor for the measures he is taking). Overall, the situation in both Luhansk and Donetsk regions is steadily tense, with a high risk level of terrorist acts and sabotage, both by pro-Russian agents and sabotage and reconnaissance groups of Russian-terrorist forces infiltrating rear regions. The threat level in both regions remains maximum – 10 points [see scale on infographic below].

The situation in Odesa region is steadily tense (8 points). Actions classified as terrorist acts and sabotage (bombing of a railway bridge and the detonation of explosives in a utility well) took place on May 13 and 14; an unauthorized rally of pro-Russian activists was held on May 17. This points to further attempts by anti-Ukrainian forces to destabilize the situation in Odesa, after unsuccessful attempts to stage large-scale provocations during the May holidays. The situation did not benefit from the “second conference” of the “People’s Council of Bessarabia,” a fake separatist structure, which presented a “law bill” concerning the “national and cultural autonomy of the Bessarabian region.” This event, held at an unidentified location, was widely advertised by the Russian and anti-Ukrainian media.

The activity of anti-Ukrainian forces in Kharkiv region has somewhat increased. An important destabilization factor is the trial of Hennadiy Kernes [Mayor of Kharkiv]. The mayor himself and his close circle can see that the situation in the region tends to normalize, through the efforts of the regional-level authorities, law enforcement, the SSU [Security Service of Ukraine], and community organizing – whereas the trouble with justice remains a rather pressing issue for Kernes himself. Because of this, Kernes and his circle try to stay ahead by attempting to destabilize the situation. The rally in support of Kernes was prohibited, but the incident during the court hearing in Poltava, which was clearly provoked, showed that Hennadiy Kernes is capable of tactical command over some resources. This means that staged provocations can become Kernes’ tool, allowing him to keep the Kharkiv residents in the emotionally charged state that he requires. Overall, based on the assessment by the experts of the IR group, the threat of destabilization in Kharkiv region has increased over the past week, from 7 to 8 points.

The situation in other regions remains unchanged. In the nearest future, it is increasingly likely that Russian intelligence services and anti-Ukrainian forces will use the difficult socioeconomic state in Dnipropetrovsk and Zaporizhia regions to destabilize the situation (through rallies, protests, etc.). The main cause of this difficult socioeconomic state is overdue salaries: in Dnipropetrovsk region, the debt is in excess of UAH 106 million [c. USD 5 million] (third highest debt following the “warring” Donetsk and Luhansk regions), and in Zaporizhia region, UAH 63 million [USD 3 million].

Source: sprotyv.info

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