Georgian mercenary surrenders to DPR militia, ready to prove NATO’s involvement in “anti-terrorist operation”

April 26, 2018 16:49

Donetsk, Apr 26 – DAN. A “Georgian Legion” serviceman fighting for Ukraine surrendered to DPR militiamen and is ready to testify against NATO instructors and their involvement in the so-called “anti-terrorist operation,” DPR Operations Command deputy commander Eduard Basurin said on Thursday.

“A middle-aged man was detained in the vicinity of the contact line. In a preliminary probe, the detainee was identified as Georgian national Timur K. serving with the so-called Georgian Legion,” Basurin said. “We’re not giving his name for the sake of his relatives’ safety who have been staying in Ukraine or live in Georgia.”

“In exchange for clemency, the detainee is ready to offer incontrovertible proof that private military companies of European countries and NATO countries’ servicemen are directly involved in Donbass fighting. He can also prove the supply of foreign lethal weapons to Ukrainian forces,” the DPR military official said. *jk