Ukrainian volunteer investigators from InformNapalm started a series of publications about the operations of the so-called Institute for CIS countries (Russian NGO aimed at supporting Russian interests in former USSR countries) and its director, Russian State Duma member Konstantin Zatulin, the mechanisms of financing he receives from Gazprom, and subversive activities in Ukraine and other countries.
Russia had provoked the bloody war in the Donbas, but failed to bring it to a victorious end and reach set goals.
Russia is not going to fully implement the decision of the U.N. International Court of Justice adopted on April 19. In particular, it involves lifting the ban on the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people in annexed Crimea.
The United Nations International Court of Justice (ICJ) has upheld the introduction of provisional measures against the Russian Federation to protect national minorities in Crimea.
The members of volunteer intelligence community unveil proofs that the Russian military command supplies militants in the Donbas with advanced unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
War criminals from the special operations battalion of the 8th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade (OMSBr) of Russia's Armed Forces have been exposed as involved in hostilities in the Donbas.
The Russian Federation continues conducting its hybrid campaign against Ukraine. The monitoring of social graphs belonging to the Russian servicemen and surveillance for the border areas in the occupied Donbas unveiled unusual activity that may indicate preparations for another escalation in Ukraine’s east.
The president stressed that modern Ukraine is based on strong civil society, while Russia is oppressing its own civil society.
A violent thuggish totalitarian regime which is even, by some features, worse than the Soviet one has been established in Crimea after its annexation.
Yet another OSINT investigation by Ukrainian volunteers reveals another type of military equipment, a unified R-149MA1 command post vehicle seen at Marynivka cargo and passenger checkpoint during the 2014 invasion of Russian army in Ukraine.
Russian portable ground reconnaissance station Kredo-M1 that was put in service with the Russian Federation Army in 2002, has been seen among terrorists from the 2nd army corps of the occupation forces of Russia in the Luhansk region.
Canada has no intention to recognize the illegal annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation and condemns Russian support to militants in the east of Ukraine.
Russia must stop its occupation of Crimea, which is a prerequisite for solving the Ukraine-Russia conflict. Warsaw supports Ukraine's territorial integrity within its boundaries including Crimea.