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 Pravy Sector volunteer corps left the front line to prepare for inclusion into Ukrainian Army

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Pravy Sector volunteer corps has left the contact line in the ATO area. The soldiers are preparing for inclusion into the Ukrainian Army.

This was announced by the Pravy Sector official website, Censor.NET reports.

"Due to preparation of the front line units of the volunteer corps to inclusion into the Ukrainian army, our soldiers are not currently present at the contact line with the enemy," the message reads.

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As reported, Pravy Sector's leader Dmytro Yarosh was appointed adviser to the Chief of Staff of the Ukrainian Army Viktor Muzhenko on April 5, 2015. Yarosh will be responsible for integration of volunteer units into the Ukrainian Army forces. Earlier, presidential adviser Yurii Biriukov announced that Right Sector volunteer soldiers will be contracted by the Ukrainian Army. At that time, the press service of Pravy Sector stressed that only a few soldiers out of several thousands would transfer.

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