Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov's Akhmat-Vostok army is stealing copper from a Ukrainian mine near Avdiivka in the Donetsk region. According to the Atesh guerrilla movement, Kadyrov's men are engaged in robbery at the Butivka shanty, located in the northern Donetsk district of Yasynuvata.

"They are driving the maximum number of personnel to the temporary deployment point, removing them from the assaults," Ukrainian guerrillas reported on Friday, March 8.

One of their main goals is understood to be stealing copper, which is first cut, cleaned and then transported to the rear for sale. 

"They do not spare their slaves. They force them to work 12-14 hours a day," the Atesh guerrillas added.


The underground movement notes that it has data on everyone involved in the robbery of the Ukrainian mine.

"We have data on every participant and organizer of this 'operation'. So our copper will soon catch up with you all in the most unexpected place," the guerrillas warned.

On July 30, 2022, as a result of Russia's active use of aviation, artillery and multiple launch rocket systems, along with active offensive assaults in the Spartak-Avdiivka area, Ukrainian defense forces were forced to abandon the Butіvka mine.

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