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 From Kaliningrad to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski: Myrotvorets project creates unique map of “Russian killers”

A unique map of “Russian killers’ localization” has been created by Myrotvorets (Peacekeeper) website, MP Anton Herashchenko announces.

He wrote this on Facebook, Censor.NET informs.

"Myrotvorets has created a unique map of localization of Russian killers who had fought against Ukraine. Myrotvorets volunteers continue their complex efforts aimed at revealing and recording of separatists, terrorists, and militants.

"Without any state support or millions in foreign grants, they have created a unique interactive map of localization of Russian mercenaries at their places of permanent residence in Russia.

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"As of today, the map shows 3,200 links to militants and terrorists. 15,000 files more have to be entered, but they lack hands.

"The map includes Russian terrorists, mercenaries, and militants who have been spotted in open sources! From Kaliningrad to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski," Herashchenko stressed.

"Everyone, including Russian citizens, can go to Myrotvorets website and see whether some of their neighbors are terrorists or mercenaries who had fought in Ukraine.

"As of now, Myrotvorets project is an efficient weapon in informational and psychological war with the Russian Federation, as well as a convenient, publicly accessible electronic database, used by both Ukrainian and foreign secret services.

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"In future, Myrotvorets will become a prototype of Ukrainian version of Simon Wiesenthal Center, which will help track down and find all villains who had encroached on our Motherland. No one will avoid recompense!" Herashchenko summed up.

The map can be seen when clicked on the link.

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