Russian army veteran killed in one of the attacks on Ukrainian positions in Lugansk Region

General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine revealed identity of one of the terrorists who was killed in the recent attack on Ukrainian Army positions. That was Russian citizen who had veteran status since 2005. The attackers left his body on a battlefield in Lugansk Region.

Docs and ammunition of Russian veteran killed in Ukraine

Docs and ammunition of Russian veteran killed in Ukraine

The reports says that late at night on November 10 Ukrainian soldiers spotted enemy reconnaissance group of about 15-20 men in ATO zone near Novozvanivka village located in Lugansk Region.

At 22:00 Russian-terrorist mercenaries tried to attack our soldiers near Novozvanivka. When saboteurs got closer the commander made a decision to open fire. The enemy retreated and tried to go around at the left flank. Ukrainian soldiers opened fire again. Enemy retreated taking wounded and killed with them.

ATO Press Center report at www.facebook.com/ato.news

After reconnaissance group got closer to Ukrainian soldiers positions a fight started, as a result the enemy retreated. After that militants tried to get to the back of Ukrainian soldiers from the left flank, but they were pushed back again and retreated with casualties.

Documents issued by Russian Federation that indicate veteran status of killed terrorist

Documents issued by Russian Federation that indicates veteran status of killed terrorist

Ukrainian military found a body of killed terrorist and some documents. The name of that person is Oleg Ovsyannіkov and he was military veteran since 2005, documents were issued in Kirovskiy Region of Russian Federation in Omutninsk city located about 2000 km from the Ukrainian village where he was killed. He also had 4 grenades and other equipment for planting mine traps.

Distance from Omutninsk to Novozvanivka

Distance from Omutninsk to Novozvanivka

Reported by General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine at www.facebook.com/GeneralStaff.ua

 

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