Lol, that's some neat proof.
Until now, there's no clear and official proof that Russians are there. I wait for it but everything we get is rumors and unclear evidence. But you can't hide truth forever, right? >>3536
No. There were plenty of those natives who wanted to fight. There also was a decent amount of those who got mobilized to separatistic troops by force. I can easily imagine Russian cossacs and nationalists coming to help their pro-ru pals, though. For now, there can partially be Russian army forces as well, but I guess Russia helps with goods and weapon way more than with living force. 80% from the beginning can't be real.>>3541
Yes, this. I forgot. There even were a lot of official announcements on Ukraine's side that separatists even got tanks from our, Ukrainian army. And there were a few pretty famous videos as well. At first, no one wanted to fight separatists seriously. No one wanted to shoot them since they were natives… and because that would provoke Russia. So, Ukrainian army had to fall back, even leaving vehicles to them.