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EMPR Video Chronicles ”Occupied Crimea”: March 11, 2014

EMPR continues Video Chronicles ”Occupied Crimea.” Discover Russian army criminal actions at the Ukrainian territory – Crimea peninsula as of March 11, 2014.

March 11, 2014. Russian armed forces invaded Ukraine and occupied Crimea. In dispatch six, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky travels to the Kherson region of mainland Ukraine to both the Ukrainian and Russian checkpoints. At the Ukrainian checkpoint, Simon goes inside one of their tanks, and speaks to the commander, who says that despite his Russian blood he will defend all invaders. But at the Russian checkpoint, the exchange isn’t quite as cordial (ENG subtitles).

Credits to: VICE News

March 11, 2014. Russian troops continuously arrive to Crimea via Kerch ferry

Credits to: Kerch.FM

March 11, 2014. Crimean residents about Russian invasion into Ukraine (ENG subtitles).

Credits to: Проект РЕАЛЬНОСТЬ

March 11, 2014. Russian military invasion continues in Crimea

Credits to: NoWar

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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