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Greeks take up arms alongside Novorussian army to fight the nazi regime in Kiev

European citizens are starting to mobilise agains the nazi forces in Ukraine.

Volunteers from Greece are among a new batch of volunteers from various nationalities in the ranks of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) army forces.

According to the Athens Courier newspaper:

…there is a large community of Greeks in the east of Ukraine, who have suffered as much as other residents of the region and many of them fled for Russia’s Rostov and Kuban regions.

Pontic Greeks, who live in Greece, should be concerned with the fate of the Greeks living in Mariupol, which is trapped under the shelling [and other firing] of the Kiev-Lviv punishers.

This is good news as Greeks have lived in Mariupol enclaves with their own roadblocks since the Junta forces took over the city. Having Greeks in the front lines of the Mariupol battle will help the Novorussian army gain the support and confidence of the many Greeks who currently live in the city.

Apart from Greeks, two battalions of Serbs and even US citizens are fighting for “traditional human values” alongside militia in southeast Ukraine.

Many reports confirm that within the Vostok Battalion, DPR’s most prominent defense force, are volunteers from Spain, Italy, France, Spain, Canada, Russia and Poland.

The RIA Novosti news agency reports that…

The former DPR Prime Minister Alexander Borodai stated on his Facebook webpage that volunteers are especially needed to help residents and for the restoration of infrastructure in the region.

Since mid-April the Ukrainian government has been conducting a military operation in the east of Ukraine to suppress independence supporters who refused to acknowledge the new government that came to power after a coup that took place in Ukraine on February 22.

The battle to free Europe from a new nazi resurgence is finally taking hold.

References:

http://en.ria.ru/world/20140827/192384386/Greeks-Fighting-Alongside-Donetsk-Peoples-Republic-Militia–.html

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