Censor.NET reports citing an article by InformNapalm OSINT group.
The authors of the publication remind that on Feb. 15, 2017 Denis Voronenkov, who left Russia in the fall of 2016 and received Ukrainian citizenship in December of the same year, told Ukraine's Hromadske TV channel that Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov had allegedly opposed the annexation of Crimea.
As noted, the fugitive Russian MP, who himself voted for Crimea's accession to Russia, sticks to the line of the Kremlin's hybrid warfare against Ukraine even after being granted political asylum and citizenship. On Feb. 18, Ukrainian hacktivists demonstrated the real value of Voronenkov's statements and provided exclusive photos (archive) and records made during congresses of the Russian terrorist organization Union of Donbass Volunteers (SDD). They took place in annexed Crimea in May 2016 and in Moscow in November 2016 and were personally attended by Vladislav Surkov.
An audio record of the Crimean congress has been obtained thanks to SDD's deputy chief of staff Maria Daniltseva.
The congress took place on May 19, 2016 in the occupied peninsula and was attended by the so-called "head of Crimea" Serhii Aksenov and presidential aide Vladislav Surkov.
The next meeting was held in Moscow, Nov. 4, 2016. Inform Napalm has obtained exclusive photos from the event, where Vladislav Surkov poses with odious terrorists and murderers who had fought in the Donbas.
Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov, senior political consultant of the Federal Security Service and SDD's leader A. Boroday, neo-Nazi war criminal from St. Petersburg A. Milchakov (Rusich subversive group) and other odious individuals
A series of photos bellow show that Surkov was not an accidental guest at the event.
The list of those invited to the congress includes Sergey Dubinsky known by the nom de guerre Khmuryi. In 2014, he led by the so-called "Main Intelligence Directorate of the Donetsk People's Republic" and was involved in the transportation of Buk missile system from Russia, subsequently used to shot down commercial Malaisia Airlines flight MH17.
In a photo below, Dubinsky was captured sitting next to St. Petersburg sadist and neo-fascist Milchakov.
Milchakov wears insignia of the 234th Airborne Regiment of Russia's Airborne Troops
"Vladislav Surkov, who Denis Voronenkov is so clumsily trying to whitewash, has repeatedly come to the attention of InformNapalm group as it analysed the hacked correspondence of the Russian president's aide (#SurkovLeaks - part 1 and part 2). Thus, the Kremlin's path to further escalation of the war and a growing number of casualties among Ukrainians remains unchanged. Russia has not abandoned its plans and continues to support terrorism," InformNapalm concludes.
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