‘DPR’ draws minors in firing practice

The leadership of the "DNI" (Donetsk People's Republic) fills the shortage of personnel in its military units by young locals.

8 July 2016 15:04

Militants of the so-called "DNR" are trying to solve the problem of acute shortage of trained "staff" in the "1st army corps of DPR" by drawing minors in firing practice, Dmitry Tymchuk, the head of the Information Resistance group, wrote on his Facebook page.

“In this regard, the management of the ‘Voluntary Society for Assisting Army, Air Force, and Navy of the DPR’ (DOSAAF) introduces the ‘republican marksmanship program for young people (girls and boys aged 14 to 17). The program includes theoretical training, study of performance characteristics of firearms, as well as learning shooting skills,” Tymchuk posted on Facebook.

It was reported earlier that the young activists of the self-proclaimed "Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics" were not allowed to attend the Tavrida Youth Forum in the Russian-occupied Crimea.

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