Russian Invasion is Extending in Ingushetia
The Russian invasion (so-called counter-terrorism operation) resumed in a number of towns of Ingushetia’s Sunzha district today morning.
We had previously reported, Russian invasion was in effect in the territory and boundaries of the Chemulga, Alkkhasty, Arshty, Nesterovskaya and Muzhichi settlements of Ingushetia. The operative headquarters of Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) announced that their invasion was extended in Sunzha district of Ingushetia on October 15, at 9.00 am Moscow time. After last reports, now Russian invasion is on between Nesterovskaya region and the Chechnya border of Ingushetia. According to informations from Ingushetia, Russian occupying forces has great losses at the area.
At the same time, Chechnya was insistently promoting as a peaceful country by Russian authorities and their puppets in Chechnya, but number 5598 of Russian Special Forces which is Internal Troops from Tatarstan moved to Chechnya. According to Russian authorities, number 5598 of Russian Special Forces will stay in Chechnya for maintaining to combat mission against Chechen freedom fighters.