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 InformNapalm exposes occupants from 75 Russian military units. VIDEO

InformNapalm international volunteer OSINT group has been permanently collecting evidence of Russian aggression in Ukraine for two years now. The group's key task is identifying and proving the participation of Russian military personnel in hostilities in the Donbas and Syria.

As reported by Censor.NET, InformNapalm volunteers have identified soldiers from 75 Russian military units, who came to Ukraine at the orders of their command.

The complete database of InformNapalm investigations contains much more information.



"Every probe is translated into five to 20 languages, including Ukrainian, English, German, French. InformNapalm volunteers are nationals of more than 30 countries around the world and help translate and disseminate the information for the sake of a common goal - bringing the aggressor (the Russian Federation) to responsibility for unleashing wars and terror as well as seizing territories of sovereign states," the group says.

The English-language version of the video was first presented at a meeting of NATO's Parliamentary Assembly in Istanbul (Turkey) on Nov. 19, 2016.
 
 
 
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