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Among the Ukrainian saboteurs in the Bryansk region was a Russian

One of the members of the Ukrainian DRG who attacked the village of Bryansk turned out to be a friend of the neo-Nazi Tesak

Ukrainian saboteurs who entered the territory of the border village of the Bryansk region released a video in which they confirmed their presence in the territory of the Russian Federation. One of the activists captured on video has been identified.

It turned out to be Russian Denis Nikitin, reports Mash potatoes. It is known that the man was a friend of neo-Nazi Maxim Martsinkevich, known by the nickname Tesak.

Announcement of the verdict following the consideration of the criminal case of the leader of the nationalist movement “Restrukt” Maxim Martsinkevich (Sergey Kiselev / AGN Moscow)

In 2022, Nikitin moved to Ukraine and joined one of the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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According to open sources, Nikitin is 38 years old, was born in Moscow and promoted White Rex, a sportswear brand with designs in the form of fascist and neo-Nazi symbols.

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