Vienna, Austria – International fake observers of the fake elections
in the Donbass arrived in Moscow on October 31 and checked into
the 5-star Metropol Hotel. They had a late dinner at the hotel
restaurant and some of them went for a walk to Red Square:
Alessandro Bertoldi, member of Forza Italia and “observer” of the terrorist “elections”, Moscow, October 31, 2014
Vladimir Djukanovic, member of the Serbian Progressive Party and
“observer” of the terrorist “elections,” Moscow, October 31, 2014
These “observers” took a
morning flight from Moscow to Rostov-on-Don on November 1 and
then travelled by bus from there to the Russian town of Kuybyshevo,
right on the Russia-Ukraine border. They entered Ukraine illegally.
Two possible ways of getting from Rostov-on-Don to Kuybyshevo
The “observers” arriving at the Russia-Ukraine border in Kuybyshevo
At the border, (pro-)Russian extremists put armed escorts into the buses
of “observers” and then they crossed the border. None of them passed
any official Ukrainian border control.
They arrived in Donetsk and checked in the Ramada Hotel.
International “observers” and terrorists of the “Donetsk People’s Republic” at the Ramada Hotel, Donetsk, November 1, 2014
US “observer” Srđa Trifković’s room at the Ramada Hotel, Donetsk
On the same day, the “observers” were introduced to the leadership of
the terrorist organization “Donetsk People’s Republic” and issued with
“international observer” cards.
Member of the extreme right Ataka party Georgi Sengalevich’s card of an international “observer”
Some of them met with French/Serbian Eurasianist fighters:
Manuel Ochsenreiter, editor of the far right Zuerst! journal (far
left), and Dragana Trifkovic, director of the Belgrade Centre of
Strategic Research (far right), with French/Serbian Eurasianists
fighting against Ukrainians in Eastern Ukraine
On November 2, international “observers” began their work of “legitimizing” illegal, fake elections held by (pro-)Russian extremists.
Not all of them did their work in Ukraine, however. Adrienn Szaniszló
of the extreme right Jobbik party, for example, stayed in the Rostov
region to observe the “elections” there.