July 24, 2014
Russian soldiers post photos of their military service at Ukrainian-Russian border in social network ‘Vkontakte’ and tell that they ‘Hollow Ukraine out’.
Network user Vadim Grigoriev has uploaded photographs of artillery with note: ‘We’ve been hollowing at Ukraine for the whole night’.
At the moment the user’s account is deleted but it is still possible to find the deleted pictures in cash.
He has tied up 24 pictures to the map displaying his location. Geoteg shows that photographs were taken in Matveevo-Kurgan region, Rostov oblast, Russia.
This is not the first time that Russians unintentionally amalgamate information. Recently Russian border guard posted pictures of tank and fighters driving from Russia to Ukraine in his Instagram.
Another Russian soldier Andrey Stepanchuck informed in on his page in social network that their military sub-unit is situated at Ukrainian border. Moreover, he tied the picture to map. Geoteg of the photograph displays the same location – Matveev-Kurgan region, Rostov oblast, Russia.
We remind that Russian president Vladimir Putin has claimed that Russia doesn’t concentrate its armed forces close to Ukrainian border.