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 Terrorist Zaharchenko About His "Colleague" Girkin: "He Wanted to Demolish Residential High-Rises in Donetsk, Since Ruins Are Easier to Defend"

"He (Girkin) is a hero in a way. He raised a banner and so on. We respect him for it. But in those matters which he tried to solve through the lives of our fellow countrymen ... well ... we would have done it differently".

According to Censor.NET, Alexander Zaharchenko, the current "prime minister" of the Russian-terrorist DPR gave an interview to the propaganda media Russian Reporter. In the conversation a lot of attention was paid to one of the former leaders of terrorists - Girkin-Strelok (Shooter) "We were at Boroday's - Strelok and me. And we ...had a very big fight about giving up Sloviansk. We had a wild scandal. And before leaning I uttered the phrase:" You, Igor, smell different," the terrorist said.

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"For me, to blow up nine-storey buildings on the outskirts of Donetsk is wild. We did not let him do it. He wanted to because, in his opinion, it is convenient to defend the ruins. Because he does not live here," Zaharchenko said.


 
 
 
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