Russia supplies SPVs to Donbas militants – Ukrainian border guards
Ukrainian Border Guard Service press secretary Oleh Slobodian reports Russia has begun supplying special purpose vehicles (SPVs) to Kremlin-backed militants in occupied Donbas, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
"On April 18, the Russian side launched the unauthorized delivery of a large batch (over 100 SPVs) to separate areas in Donetsk and Luhansk regions through the [officially] closed Dovzhansky checkpoint allegedly for the needs of the so-called 'Ministry of Emergency Situations' of the separatist quasi-state," he said at a briefing in Kyiv on Thursday.
Read alsoUkraine's intel: New military hardware arrives in Donbas from RussiaThe batch consists of fire trucks, tank trucks, and rescue vehicles, Slobodian said.
He also said that Russia planned to complete the delivery of these vehicles until April 28.