Russia refuses to supply the militants in uncontrolled by Ukraine territories of Donbas with weapons and equipment by trains.
Instead, the Russian authorities offered the terrorists to take weapons from Russia by themselves, according to the report by the Information Resistance Group.
“Russian curators have offered leadership of "DPR" and "LPR" to pay special attention to the restoration of the railway rolling stock being in their disposal. In particular, the Russian Railways company - engaged in delivery of weapons, fuel and ammunition from Russia to the occupied areas of Donbas - will reportedly reduce the use of its rolling stock in order to "disguise" Russia’s assistance to terrorists,” Dmitry Tymchuk, head of the Information Resistance Group, wrote on his Facebook page.
Moreover, they suggested using the Ukrainian rolling stock instead of Russian one for this purpose.
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