As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrinform, the document includes analysis of the beginning of the Russian aggression in the Donbas and events that preceded it; it covers the subject of "the Kremlin's pocket battalions" and presence of the Russian troops and military equipment in the occupied areas.
The so-called "Donetsk People's Republic" and "Luhansk People's Republic," as well as Russian influence over them are of special interest to the report. The document also includes infographics of the Russian-terrorist troops' structure in the Donbas.
"Stopterror" head Semen Kabakaev noted that the project, created in June 2014, allows involved citizens informing about illegal activities in the country, especially in the east, where the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) is taking place.
"Stopterror" is a joint initiative by civil activists from the Donbas and the Interior Ministry. Its team has processed about 40,000 messages since its launch, half of which have been directed further to the Armed Forces, SBU, the Interior Ministry and other law enforcement agencies.
Deputy head of the informational technologies department of the Defense Ministry of Ukraine Serhii Halushko highly praised the initiative's efficiency level: "Authenticity of information received from "Stopterror" is very high compared to other similar projects."
The full text of the report titled "Kremlin puppets. War path in the Donbas" can be found here (in Russian).
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