We received another piece of photographic evidence of the gross violation of the Minsk agreements in terms of pull-back of heavy combat equipment, including main battle tanks (MBT), in the occupied territory of Donbas.
Volunteer areal reconnaissance handed over to InformNapalm volunteer intelligence community new exclusive pictures from the occupied territory. Their analysis reveals that in the Holmivskyi village (Donetsk Oblast) Russian occupation forces are engaged in provocations deploying heavy equipment prohibited under the Minsk agreements in the immediate proximity to the contact line. The images show a Russian MBT spotted on November 28 at a distance of 3 km from the contact line. Coordinates: 48°23’40.6″N 38°05’26.0″E.
It is worth mentioning that in early October, a large build-up of MBT’s and other heavy equipment of the Russian occupation forces was recorded on aerial photographs from Donetsk Oblast 15 km from the contact line.
Also in October, MBT’s of combined Russian-terrorist forces were spotted 14 kilometers from the line of contact.
In late October, InformNapalm also presented data on of one of the largest concentrations of Russian heavy weaponry and equipment in the occupied territories.
Russia continues to build up weaponry and equipment on the occupied territories of Luhansk and Donetsk Oblasts of Ukraine. Heavy weapons are periodically advanced to the front line for provocative attacks on Ukrainian forces and civilians.
On November 19, 2016 Ukrainian parliamentary delegation presented two videos and databases of InformNapalm volunteer intelligence community with evidence of Russian military aggression against Ukraine to the members of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Istanbul, Turkey.
One of the presentations contained evidence of the presence of more than 30 types of modern Russian weapons in Donbas, including 5 types of specifically Russian tanks.
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