Russian Marines from Sevastopol fight in Donbass

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Activists from the InformNapalm Community discovered a Russian career soldier from the 810th Separate Brigade of Marine Infantry of the Russian Black Sea Fleet serving in Donbass.

The 13140-th military unit permanently located in Sevastopol (Crimea) is the marine’s home station.

According to the activists, the Russian marine is registered as Alexander Vladimirovich in social networks.

This same soldier participated in the Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014. Pictured in his profile, which dates back to April 2014, former “people” Mayor of Sevastopol Alexey Chaly awards the so-called “self-defence of Sevastopol” medals “For Military Valour”. Also Alexander Vladimirovich is seen among the awarded this medal.

A photo, uploaded by him on October 19, 2016, depictured when Russian militaries were installing a plate with the inscription “12 km to Mariupol“ near the village of Uzhovka.

Also one can find a photo in his photo album, where Alexander was pictured against the background of a BMP (an infantry combat vehicle) with the flag of the so-called “Novorossiya” (literally New Russia). But the most important is in his comments on September 30, 2016: “10 km from Marik”. (Marik is a slang abbreviation of Mariupol, Ukraine).

“Thus, another one fact of involvement of regular soldiers from the Russian Federation, particularly, from the 810th Separate Brigade of Marine Infantry, based in Sevastopol, in the occupation of the territory of Ukraine and waging war in Donbass has been establishes in the course of this investigation,” noted the activists.

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