According to the latest investigations, the Russian rocket attack in Javoriv on March 13 could have come about through unencrypted mobile phone signals – these are said to have been located by Russian troops. Some telephone numbers with the country code +44 (Great Britain) became visible for surveillance devices of the notorious “Wagner group” in the area of the western Ukrainian training camp Yavoriv, 50 kilometers west of Lviv. It is said that some of the foreign volunteers who volunteered for combat in Ukraine were trained here.
According to the British Telegraph, the Russian secret service has a large database of telephone numbers of British military personnel. Since numerous ex-soldiers from Great Britain have volunteered for the International Legion, it is quite possible that their mobile phones alerted the Russian general staff when they dialed into a Ukrainian network. Of course, a mole within the troop is also possible.
In general, the organization at the base was very chaotic, eyewitnesses report to the “Telegraph”: Two of them were assured that they could serve as paramedics, and upon arrival they were told that they would be sent into combat after 48 hours of training. No weapons were available for the training itself.