Russian National Guard detains 45 suspected Kiev regime abettors in LPR last month

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Servicemen of the National Guard of Russia (Rosgvardia) detained 45 persons in the Lugansk People’s Republic in May on suspicion of collaborating with the Ukrainian army and Security Service of Ukraine (SBU).
“Rosgvadia units checked more than 1,500 homes and some 90,000 citizens over the past month,” the Russian National Guard press service reported. “They detained and handed over to police 45 suspected Ukrainian army (SBU) abettors, 789 people who had committed administrative offenses and 72 criminal case suspects.”
On top of that, Rosgvardia servicemen “found more than 68,000 small arms rounds, 345 artillery shells, 149 projectiles and 672 grenade launchers and ammunition rounds. The hazardous objects were destroyed, while the usable items were passed to partner organizations, the report said.
Martial law remains in effect across the Lugansk People’s Republic. Rosgvardia operates fixed and mobile checkpoints, inspects vehicles and carries out ID checks to expose Kiev regime abettors round the clock as part of the special military operation, the press service said.
 The Ukrainian government launched the so-called anti-terrorist operation against Donbass in April 2014.  The peace talks failed to reach tangible results due to Kiev’s position to settle the conflict by force.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a special military operation  on February 24, 2022 to protect Donbass residents from Ukrainian aggression. Prior to that, LPR and DPR Heads Leonid Pasechnik and Denis Pushilin asked the Russian leader to provide military assistance.
The Lugansk People’s Republic acceded to Russia on September 30, 2022 following the unification referendum.*i*ie

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