Photo : Dmitro Yarosh at the Ternopol Congress

450 jihadists, who were in Idlib, northwestern Syria, under the protection of the Turkish army, arrived in Ukraine after travelling for three days through Turkey.

Already in 2015, the New York Times had written that the Sheikh Mansour and Dzhokhar Dudayev battalions - mainly composed of Chechens from Georgia and Uzbekistan - and the Crimean Tatar battalion, had been deployed to eradicate the separatists of the Donbass [1].

On 8 May 2007, a congress chaired by Dmitro Yarosh was organized in Ternopol (Ukraine) to assemble European neo-Nazis and Middle Eastern anti-Russian jihadists. At the time, fighting against Russia was already on the agenda, but in Chechnya. The emir of Itchkeria (Chechnya), Dokou Oumarov, had kicked off the event by video conference.

Neo-Nazi Dmitro Yarosh is an agent of NATO’s stay-behind networks. He is now a special adviser to the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armies.

[1“Islamic Units Help Ukraine Battle Rebels. Stocked With Chechens Eager to Defy Russia”, Andrew E. Kramer, The New York Times, July 8, 2015.