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 Blockade in Donbas: titushky arrive in Bakhmut under police protection, - MP Parasiuk. VIDEO

As soon as MPs and members of the blockade of the temporarily occupied territories left Bakhmut, mercenary thugs, also known as titushky, emerged accompanied by the police.

Censor.NET reports citing MP Volodymyr Parasiuk as saying on Facebook.

See more: Activists block trains delivering goods from occupied area in Luhansk region, - MP Parasiuk. PHOTO

"Moments after the MPs left the blockade for tomorrow's Verkhovna Rada session, titushky emerged accompanied by the police. If force is applied against anti-terrorist operation (ATO) veterans, volunteers, activists and attempts to unblock the path are made, it will be the beginning of the end. The end of the chocolate-oligarchic empire. This will cause a much stronger backlash than the crackdown on students in 2013," he wrote.

"I'd like to address all those taking part in the blockade: Dear comrades, you have officially registered weapons, and you have every right to use them in case of threat to your life. You've survived [the battles for] Donetsk airport, Ilovaisk and Debaltseve. You have nothing to be afraid of. I call on the regular army units and volunteer battalions to support their comrades if possible," Parasiuk wrote.

Read more: "LPR"/"DPR" terrorists make efforts to counter trade blockade, - MP Semenchenko

He also posted a video with the titushky.



On Jan. 25, anti-terrorist operation (ATO) veterans blocked the Luhansk-Popasna haul, launching a trade blockade of the occupied Donbas areas. The movement of 12 trains with a total of 700 cars has been barred.

Later, Deputy Minister for the Occupied Territories and IDPs Heorhii Tuka said the decision to launch trade blockade was extra-legal. Minister for the temporarily occupied territories and IDPs Vadym Chernysh spoke against possible ban on commodities delivery across the contact line in the Donbas: "We need to be able to deliver coal, otherwise we will face problems throughout the country."

On Feb. 2, participants of the trade blockade barred another railroad track near Bakhmut.
 
 
 
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