Ingushetia: Troop Numbers Rise
Reports suggest the Russian government is increasing its military presence in Ingushetia, deploying troops and armour as part of “counter-terrorist operations.”
Below is an article published by the
According to information come from Ingushetia, on Friday 10 [August, 2007]
On that Friday [10 August 2007] morning 1,000 mercenaries with APCs and army trucks were deployed in the town of
Kafirs are deployed on the eastern outskirts of the city, in the former "agricultural" building.
He [the leader] also said that 10 checkpoints will set up in the Malgobek district.
Meanwhile, according to the sources from Ingushetia, Russian kafirs beef up its troops in the other parts of the republic.
Apart from the 1000 armed kafirs deployed in Malgobek, in the past two days 2500 kafirs, 1,500 of which have been settled in Sunzha district (near the village of Alhasty), and 1000 troops in Malgobek area (Achalukov district).
The troops strengthened with armored vehicles and other military equipment.
The spokesman […] explained that additional army forces need to conduct "a counter-terrorist operation", which has been launched since Aug. 1 .