Source Pravda.Ru

Six NATO officers blocked in militia-controlled Mariupol

Six NATO officers were blocked in the city of Mariupol, surrounded by militia forces of the People's Republic of Donetsk, the press service of the republic said.

"The exact place of their location is unknown due to strict secrecy. But the fact remains that they can not leave from Mariupol. All units and special divisions of the junta have left the city, leaving separated groups of "Dnepr" and "Azov" battalions.

"A NATO information group arrived in Kiev from Estonia in March 2014 (16 officers of NATO cyber center). The group launched active anti-Russian activities. In July, 6 officers of the NATO cyber center set up a point for conducting information warfare against Russia. The main point is located in Kiev, in the building of the Council of National Security and Defense. It is NATO officers, who determine the news agenda for the punitive troops of the Kiev junta," political analyst Igor Panarin told Pravda.Ru.

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