22 September 2017
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Volunteers’ drone captures numerous ceasefire violations (Video)

The Ukrainian volunteer Battalion Dnipro-1 posted on Monday video evidence recorded from its drone of Russia-backed militants’ heavy weaponry stored at four large military bases in Luhansk region - in areas these weapons are supposed to have been withdrawn from according to the Minsk ceasefire agreement.

Some armored infantry vehicles, armored personnel carriers, tanks, Ural and KaMAZ trucks and other ordnance were spotted, Ukraine Today reports.

The Kremlin has repeatedly denied any military involvement in the Donbas, let alone sending any weapons or troops over the Russian-Ukrainian border. However, a large and growing body of video and photographic evidence now shows that Moscow has long been heavily involved in the conflict, and may have been responsible for starting it.

Earlier in March 2014, Moscow also denied supporting the sham referendum held in Ukraine’s Crimea, but later admitted that it had deployed its military in the takeover of the territory.

See’s video section for more of the latest news from Ukraine in video from Ukraine Today, Ukraine’s 24-hour English-language news channel.

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