Nazar Steporuk15:25, 12/11/22
They are looking for information about border posts and army movements.
Russian neo-Nazis from the DShRG “Rusich” began to collect information about objects and troops on the territory of the three Baltic countries . They are looking for information about border posts and army movements. The actions of a far-right group from the Russian Federation have raised concerns about a potential attack on NATO countries.
According to the portal The Guardian , in the official Telegram channel “Rusich” there was a call to share information about border outposts and military movements in the territory of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. Neo-Nazis want access to patrol routes, personal data of the military and their relatives, information about surveillance systems, and so on. The post has garnered over 60,000 views.
The Rusich sabotage and assault reconnaissance group is now fighting in Ukraine and is closely associated with both officials in the Kremlin and the Wagner PMC. The collection of information by neo-Nazis has raised concern, as it may hint at the preparation of a potential attack on NATO countries. DSHRG’s “extraordinary” move could indicate dissatisfaction in the Kremlin and disillusionment with the course of the war, sources told The Guardian. In their opinion, there is a risk that the Russian authorities will lose control over the far-right forces, which are able to go to more extreme methods of warfare, including attacking NATO countries.
Sources believe that the collection of information by the Rusich group is unlikely to be supervised by the Kremlin. Russia’s intelligence services should already have had knowledge of border outposts and military movements in the Baltics.
“The real question is how realistically the Kremlin is in control of the situation,” one of the sources said.
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