EMPR Video Chronicles ”Occupied Crimea”. March 1, 2014

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EMPR continues Video Chronicles ”Occupied Crimea”. Discover Russian army criminal actions at the Ukrainian territory – Crimea peninsula as of March 1, 2014.


March 1, 2014. Russian military forces seize Sevastopol district in Crimea

Credits to: Микола Горобцов

March 1, 2014. Ukrainian military airfield Belbek seized by Russian forces in Crimea.

Credits to: Військове телебачення України

March 1, 2014. Russian army has invaded and seized Balaklava district in Sevastopol, Crimea

Credits to: Микола Горобцов

March 1, 2014. Russian heavy military hardware arrives to Crimea. 

https://youtu.be/RpNdfeKbrJE

Credits to: Mis Igor

Important note: YouTube account which originally published this video was brutally killed by Russian intelligence services. We do hope that account owner is alive and OK. This case proves that information warfare is one of the most crucial issues of the modern hybrid war initiated by Russia to not let the World know the truth about the real events. EMPR expresses gratitude to all the brave citizens who did and who continue capturing evidence of Russian military intervention in Ukraine.

March 1, 2014. Russian military forces block Ukrainian military base near Sevastopol, Crimea

Credits to: Крымский кризис.

Important note: YouTube account which originally published this video was brutally killed by Russian intelligence services. We do hope that account owner is alive and OK. This case proves that information warfare is one of the most crucial issues of the modern hybrid war initiated by Russia to not let the World know the truth about the real events. EMPR expresses gratitude to all the brave citizens who did and who continue capturing evidence of Russian military intervention in Ukraine.

March 1, 2014. Russian TV Shows Propaganda News and Fakes the Events in Crimea. Here are the contents of a news program on the central television channel of Russia. All on-screen action staged and organized by the Russian military to demonstrate the “abnormal” situation in Crimea. “At 15.20 local time on Saturday at the Cabinet of Ministers building in Simferopol heard gunfire. The crowd surged from the square bullets whistled, I ran to the shots. Near the House of Trade Unions, which is 50 meters away from the building of the Cabinet of Ministers, lay unidentified men in black uniforms with black masks on their faces and white bandages on both hands. They fired on the crowd and the House of Unions. Then came to the relocation. They started to jump on the yellow buses “Bohdan” (Bohdan is an active business of Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko) parked at the House of Unions. Apparently, the buses were stolen, because one of them was marked “Zoo”. After that, the bus started and passed the traffic police and the police. The curtains were drawn.” (ENG subtitles).

Credits to: Emma Harding

Important note: YouTube account which originally published this video was brutally killed by Russian intelligence services. We do hope that account owner is alive and OK. This case proves that information warfare is one of the most crucial issues of the modern hybrid war initiated by Russia to not let the World know the truth about the real events. EMPR expresses gratitude to all the brave citizens who did and who continue capturing evidence of Russian military intervention in Ukraine.

More video evidences of Russian military intervention in Ukraine’s territory of Crimea is available here.

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