This was announced by international volunteer community Informnapalm, Censor.NET reports.
"The persons identified by us are military of the 175th brigade of the Southern military district [of Russia - ed.], permanently deployed in Aksay, Rostov oblast," the volunteers reported and provided details on the servicemen in question.
Kartashov Dmitry, born in 1993, is Russian contract soldier of the 175th brigade of the Southern military district who has been seen in Ukraine.
On the background, a soccer field is seen, the one located across the military unit 01975. Here is the place on the map.
Volunteers note that the soldiers are photographed against electronic warfare systems, presumably Leer-3. Similar systems have been seen many times both in Syria and occupied Donbas.
Dmitry Kartashov (left), Roman Roshko (right)
Roshko Roman (a.k.a. Roman Romanenko on social media), born in 1995, is Russian contract soldier of the 175th brigade of the Southern military district who has been seen on the border with Ukraine.
Ivan Remizov (left), Roman Roshko (right)
Remizov Ivan, born in 1975, is a scout unit soldier of the 18th brigade of the Russian army in Chechnya. Feeling nostalgic, Remizov posted several photos from his "Ukrainian trip" in April 2016.
Here is Kartashov again, who could not resist making a selfie against Russian military equipment in the occupied Donbas. He covered his face under balaclava.
Two photos to compare the face of the war criminal:
Russian soldier of the 175th brigade of the Southern military district against SPR-2 Rtut-BM system on the Ukrainian land.
Reference: SPR-2M Rtut BM system is a modern electronic warfare system aimed at affecting electronic proximity fuse for the purpose of lowering exposure of artillery submunition upon troops and equipment.
"Area analysis (special thanks to @5urpher) showed the image was made near Yelyzavetivka village of Antratsyt district of the Luhansk region occupied by Russia," the investigation reads.
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