Russian soldier brags about “shelling” Ukraine in social network (photos)

07.23.2014, 19:28  Podbornosti
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

A Russian Army soldier, Vadim Grigoriev published evidence of attacking Ukraine from Russia on his Vkontakte account. [Editor’s note: the page has now been deleted].

Thus, at 14:19 on the 23rd of June, Grigoriev published a post: “We were shelling Ukraine all night long,” and he attached two photos to this post.

Photography Vadim Grigoriev / vk.com

 

Photography Vadim Grigoriev / vk.com

Earlier, on June 19 he published photos of himself with his fellow soldiers, writing that they have already spent two weeks “in the field without a shower” on the border with Ukraine.

Photos of Grigoriev in “VKontakte” are connected to a map [displaying his location], and according to the information were made in Matveev-Kurgan region [Rostov Oblast] of Russia.

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Recall that Ukraine has repeatedly recorded the shelling of its territory from Russia.
Thus, on the night of July 23, the positions of the Anti-terrorist Operation’s forces [ATO] along the border areas were fired at twice by “Grads” from the Russian territory.

Source: podrobnosti.ua

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3 Responses to Russian soldier brags about “shelling” Ukraine in social network (photos)

  1. Pingback: Russian soldier brags about “battering” Ukraine in social network (photos) | EUROMAIDAN PRESS | News and Opinion from Across Ukraine

  2. Bob says:

    What compelling evidence – these pics are definitely evidence of artillery fire from Russia!

  3. Pingback: Russian soldier brags about “battering” Ukraine in social network (photos) - Israel Foreign Affairs News

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