Russia selecting Donbas terrorists for May 9 parade in Moscow – OSINT group.

They are supposed to take part in the Moscow Victory Day Parade on the 75th anniversary.

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Russian supervisors are selecting members of illegal armed groups in Russia-occupied Donbas to be sent to Moscow to participate in the Victory Day parade on May 9.

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Units and divisions of the Russia-led occupation forces have started selecting those who will take part in the Moscow Victory Day Parade on the 75th anniversary, the Information Resistance OSINT Group said.

Military counterintelligence agencies of the so-called "Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics" are directly involved in the said events, starting with studying "personal files" of potential candidates.

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