Photo and video reports from the military camps are posted online by the terrorists themselves. The camps are operating in the Moscow area, protected by one of the Donbas war facilitators, former "DPR" chieftain Alexander Borodai, Censor.NET reports citing Chetvertaya Vlast.
The camps tutors mostly belong to Rusich terrorist gang, consisting of St. Petersburg neo-Nazis. The members of the group became famous for having fought for the "LPR" and "DPR" and torturing of Ukrainian POWs, as well as for posting photos of mutilated bodies to social networks.
The most recent military training of Rusich militants and "E.N.O.T. Corporation" took place on Sept. 26-27 at a territory adjacent to reconstructed Nikolo-Berlyukovskiy monastery near Chernogolovka town, Moscow oblast, Russia.
Photo and video reports of the training have been posted on the militants' website. The publication reads that over 300 persons participated in the training.
"The total of 12 grounds were organized within the camp, with seminars and workshops being conducted uninterruptedly, including those on individual and group tactics, field medical aid, sniper skills, gun shooting, chemical protection, survival, fencing, knife throwing, melee, engineering and fortification training. Operators of the "E.N.O.T. Corp," who have combat experience, have also trained in the camp," the website reads.
Among those trained in the camp, there were children under 15 years old.
The training was watched by terrorist Alexander Borodai, who was leading the Malaysian Boeing downing over Torez on July 17, 2014. He gladly posed for pictures with the terrorists.
The militants' camp was blessed by Russian Orthodox priests.
Video story of the training has also been posted online.
Among the camp's instructors there were famous Russian neo-Nazis Andrey Milchakov and Yan Petrovskiy from the Rusich armed gang, who became famous on the day of the first Minsk agreement, on Sept. 5, 2014, for executing a vehicle convoy of the Ukrainian Aidar battalion from an ambush and taking pictures with mutilated bodies of the Ukrainian volunteers.
At the moment, Andrey Milchakov together with Alexander Borodai, who came to the Donbas in spring of 2014 in order to launch military campaign against Ukraine together with Igor Strelkov, lives in Russia, where he shares his experience with Russian kids.
It is doubtful that Russian Federation authorities do not know of such training military camps for Russian teenagers, where they are being trained by fascists and sadists. As seen from the report, it happens not so far from the Russian capital, and all information is available from open sources online.
The fact that evidence of existence of such camps is available to the public proves Russia's interest in continuing the war in the east of Ukraine and refutes the statement that this war is being 'civil' for Ukraine. The latter version, as known, has been widely used by Russian propaganda.