In the seized headquarters of the Right Sector (organization banned in Russia), a laptop with intelligence data for a preparatory attack on Crimea and Donbass and with NATO markings was found, DPR head Denis Pushylin said at a press conference on March 6.
“According to our intelligence and the testimony of captives, the offensive operation was to begin on March 8 of this year. The facts indicate that the invasion was planned simultaneously both on the territory of the Donbass republics and in the Russian Federation – in Crimea,” Pushilin told reporters.
The information obtained by the DPR provides direct evidence of NATO’s involvement in the planning and coordination of radical nationalists in Ukraine.
The DPR head showed a map of Crimea with marked locations of troops obtained through the coordination of Nazis with NATO intelligence structures.
A special operation of the Russian Armed Forces on the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine began on February 24. The operation is aimed at depriving the Kiev regime of the ability to carry out further aggression against the residents of the DPR and LPR.
The operation was preceded by a massive shelling by Ukrainian armed formations on February 17, which forced the DPR and LPR to begin evacuating civilians to Russia and apply for recognition of independence. On February 19, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky announced at the Munich Conference that Ukraine was withdrawing from the Budapest Memorandum and would develop nuclear weapons. On February 21, Russia officially recognized the independence of the DPR and LPR.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency