A Young Girl from Slavyansk Ready to Defend Her Hometown against the Kiev Regime

The following video and testimony was sent to GR from Eastern Ukraine [minor editing by GR]

A young girl from Slavyansk is ready to defend her hometown of Slavyansk together with her fellow citizens.

How much longer is the Ukrainian nationalistic government in Kiev going to kill its own citizens – women, children, seniors?

In Slavyansk they have cut off the water supply.  There is no electricity, no food, no medical supplies.

Of course, cutting water off is the Kiev’s regime favourite strategy.  Too bad they cannot cut off the oxygen supply.

Elderly people are dying.  When did it become normal to bomb cities?!

Thousands of refugees are leaving their homes and fleeing to Russia to escape the daily bombing raids.  But the more fiercely the Ukrainian army attacks, the stronger the resistance movement.

She also says that a Ukrainian military aircraft with bombs on board dropped them on a residential area, and immediately after that positioned itself behind a passenger plane, hoping that Slavyansk fighters would not take the risk of shooting down their aircraft because it was so dangerously close to the passenger plane.

A horrible tragedy luckily did not happen in which the military aircraft, if downed, could have carried along the passenger plane, as well.


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