Volunteer recon discover Russian armour in 'demilitarized' area (Photo)
Ukrainian volunteer-founded aerial reconnaissance unit, known as Special Service Battalion ‘Sever' (‘North' in Russian) published the photos of Russian armour, hidden in an industrial area on the militant-held territory, Ukraine Today reports.
Volunteers claim, that pictures were taken in one of the zones of current disengagement of forces. It means they are talking about the areas of village Zolote or Petrivske, because the withdrawal of forces from the Stanytsia Luhanska scheduled for yesterday has failed, according to Ukraine Today.
Commenting the pictures, which they called 'a motivator for the upcoming working week for all who believe in demilitarization', they wrote: "Why do we need demilitarization of the territories in the zone of hostilities? So that terrorists could freely expand their bases of supply and equipment maintenance to the immediate vicinity of peaceful Ukrainian settlements?"
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