Tsaplienko reported that in the occupied Dokuchayevsk pasted leaflets “Volnovakha, sorry for the murder”

Sorry for the hung up flyers for the anniversary of the tragedy at Volnovaha

Photo: Andriy Tsaplienko / Facebook

In the temporarily occupied Dokuchaevsk of Donetsk region on January 13 pasted leaflets on the anniversary of the shelling of the bus under the Volnovaha. About this in Facebook wrote journalist Andrew Tsaplienko.

“Today in the town of Dokuchayevsk appeared these folks an apology of a crime. A reminder of who did it. On whose hands the blood of countrymen. That is, repentance or a special operation? I only have three photo evidence. But cards was a lot. On the walls of “Khrushchev”, on fences, on the portals official buildings. Saw them at the Theatre and the Central, Lenin, the October and Independence. The fighters quickly broke them on Melnikova, Kuibyshev and Sverdlov. Useless. People had not only read them but also to photograph,” wrote Tsaplienko.

In the photo, which he published, – a leaflet with an inscription “to open the door, I’m sorry for killing”.

Сьогодні сумна річниця. 13 січня 2015 року терористи розстріляли рейсовий автобус "Златоустівка — Донецьк". Автобус потр…

Posted by Andriy Tsaplienko on Saturday, January 13, 2018

The armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine began in April 2014. Fighting underway between the Armed forces of Ukraine and Pro-Russian rebels who control part of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

January 13, 2015 fighters of “DNR” from Dokuchayevsk was shelled the Ukrainian checkpoint “Bugas” near Volnovakha. During the shelling of multiple rocket launchers “Grad” one of the shells exploded at a passenger bus, the passengers passed passport control at the checkpoint. 12 people were killed.

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