Deputy Defense Minister and defence spokesman for the Donetsk People’s Republic comments on the actions of the Ukrainian Army in Konstantinovka.
A requiem ceremony which took place on March 17, 2015 on the central square of Donetsk to commemorate the children of Donbass murdered by Kiev’s punitive forces. Several dozen children have been murdered in the war that the Ukrainian junta started against its citizens in Donbass.
One of the most recent child victims was an 8-year old girl Polina, who was murdered on March 16, 2015 in Konstantinovka city, which has been under control of Kiev junta’s punitive forces. Drunk Ukrainian soldiers run an armored vehicle over Polina, her aunt and a baby in a stroller – all of this happened away from the road. Polina and her aunt died. Fed up, Konstantinovka residents started protesting against the presence of the junta’s forces. Later that evening they were throwing stones at the windows of the dormitory that housed the junta’s soldiers and allegedly tried to set it on fire, demanding to surrender those guilty of this tragedy to them.
The independent special operations “Khan” battalion played a decisive part in capturing and holding Logvinovo, a key locality of the Debaltsevo pocket. The capture of this location completed the encirclement of the punitive forces and isolated them in the pocket. Interview with a female militia member of the battalion, call sign “Dawn”, a mother, who took up arms to defend her children.
A lesson in courage in one of the schools of Donetsk People’s Republic
This video is about so-called “lesson in courage” in one of the schools in Donbass. The general idea of the “lessons in courage”, a long-lasting tradition, is to remind pupils about the war against fascism in the XX century and to explain them what fascism is about. The modern-day lessons in courage in Donetsk People’s Republic also cover the topic that is beyond all common sense for any person who sees what is happening in Ukraine: Ukrainian ultra-nationalism in XXI century Europe and its consequences for Donbass and all of Ukraine.
The Ministry of Education and Science of the Donetsk People’s Republic held an art contest among the school students from October 29 to November 21, 2014. The topic of the contest was “Echo of War”. The goal of the contest was to foster patriotism and draw the students’ attention to the heroic deeds of the people of Donbass fighting for their independence.
The joint project of the students of one of the schools of Makeevka was recognized as the best work in the multimedia presentation category in the 10th and 11th grade age group.
This story is told by Donetsk pupils, witnesses of the inhumane civil war that the Kiev junta wages against the people of Donbass.
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