On December 26, The Times posted an article titled “Putin is our enemy too, says Chechen fighter in Ukraine”. It provides a look at “activists” that voluntarily assist efforts of the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF) in their conflcit with local resistance in the region of Donbass.
These activists, some trained in ISIS camps, formed the Sheikh Mansur battalion and actively operate along with UAF units in the combat zone.
The most interesting thing that the Times’ article attempts to provide a “neutral” or even “positive” look at the terrorist group’s operations by criticizing alleged human rights violations in Russia’s Chechnya and prising militancy in the Russian region.
This is not the first time when it publicly appears that most of pro-Kiev forces in Donbass are terrorists, Nazis, war criminals or else. However, this does not stop the so-called “civilized world” from supporting actions of the Kiev regime.
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