Putin to send ‘suicide squads’ with GPS trackers to Ukraine so weapons can blow up secret bases to smithereens


RUSSIAN-backed militias have reportedly deployed “sacrificial militias” in Ukraine in an attempt to locate and destroy secret military bases.

A separatist squad fighting Ukrainian troops was reportedly captured and taken to a secret location for questioning which was mysteriously blown up with near-precise precision.


Russia is historically adept at fighting in winter conditionsCredit: Est2Ouest
The War Games are the last exercises to take place as troops amass on the Russian side of its border with Ukraine


The War Games are the last exercises to take place as troops amass on the Russian side of its border with UkraineCredit: Est2Ouest

The suicidal tactic was revealed when some members of the team allegedly found GPS positioning devices that could then locate and direct the fire at the bases where they were taken.

A Ukrainian paratrooper told the Mirror: “The separatist forces had tried to find our secret base so that they could launch a mortar attack.

“When we found the bugs, we moved them quickly and our base was heavily attacked.

“We don’t know why they were carrying the bugs, but they led the mortar crews to where we were.”

It comes as Russian snipers and military intelligence officers stage war games in the snow as Vladimir Putin fuels fears of a winter invasion of Ukraine.

Reconnaissance troops have been seen in action on snowmobiles rehearsing combat against a simulated enemy in extreme conditions below -10 ° C as Russia continues to mass troops on the border with its neighbor.

Arctic training in the Murmansk region comes as tensions in Eastern Europe are at their boiling point, with Vladimir Putin amassing around 150,000 troops near the Ukrainian border.

The war games involved “destroying” enemies with Kalashnikov rifles and Makarov pistols, according to Zvezda TV, which belongs to the Russian Defense Ministry.

A defense spokesperson said: “Special attention is given to training military personnel for operations in low temperatures, deep snow cover, strong winds and polar nights. “

Sergei Kondratyev, commander of the Russian Northern Fleet Motorized Rifle Brigade, shooting from snowmobiles is a mandatory part of combat training.

He said: “Winter is such a difficult time of year, especially if you are driving in unfamiliar terrain – you don’t know what can be under the snow.”

Describing the exercise, the TV station said: “Motorized riflemen immediately dismount and push back the enemy.

“Operating under heavy fire, the unit still manages to get close to the ambush site.

Special attention is paid to training military personnel for operations in cold weather, deep snow cover, strong winds and polar nights.

Russian defense spokesperson

“The ‘saboteurs’ are first surrounded, the disarmed – and destroyed.

“Practical shooting exercises are organized in the brigade at least once a week, but mobile teams operate on a daily basis.

Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said: “We are of course continuing to monitor the situation in Russia and Ukraine.

“We have not seen any significant change in the position of Russian forces deployed around the Ukrainian border.

“They are still there in great numbers.”

Russia demanded so-called security guarantees from the West against Ukraine not joining NATO, and restrictions on missile deployment in Eastern Europe.

Russia yesterday demanded strict limits on the activities of the US-led NATO military alliance in Eastern European countries.

He denies planning to invade, but wants NATO to exclude Ukraine and others from joining the alliance to defuse the situation.

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Does Vladimir Putin dream of a White Blitzmas … observers fear he is not playing bluffCredit: Est2Ouest
Husky dogs pull a sled with troops


Husky dogs pull a sled with troopsCredit: Est2Ouest

Ukraine’s Minister of Veterans Affairs Yuliia Laputina on Thursday said Russian aggression could lead to another world war.

She told Sky News: “If Russia is invading you know you should watch out for the Balkans as well.

“What the Russians are doing now in Serbia, they are trying to provoke a situation in the Balkans.

“But we also take into account [the beginning of] Third World War. “

Regarding World War III, she added: “Yes. Because geopolitically, it seems like a possible scenario.

“So… we should pay attention to the Ukrainian issue because of the security of the continent. “

“This – the spread of war in the event of a Russian invasion in Ukraine – will be much larger than Ukraine.”

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