"We visited the location of the 24th and 26th brigades. We supplied army intelligence with helmet night vision devices, night and regular binoculars. We drove an impassible road to get to our glorious gunners and handed them some camouflage net, sleeping bags, tents, food, and high-powered binoculars for accurate targeting. We delivered our tankers the pre-ordered voltage converters to charge portable radio transmitters and mobile phones... On our road to Siversk we passed a dozen of checkpoints and left cigarettes and products for soldiers of each and every one", he writes.
At the same time, the activist notes that it is still not calm in Siversk. "We spotted burnt separatist equipment in the suburbs, as well as tanks and armored vehicles at the crossroads. Some bandits are still hiding in basements and attics; army units are patrolling the city. Field engineers are removing abandoned enemy mines. There are still few civilians on the streets. First people we met were some caring guys who brought food to the soldiers at the checkpoint. They said, "Just don't go!" Liberation of Ukraine continues," Kasianov summarized.