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Yesterday Ukrainian experts repaired 18 armoured vehicles for Armed Forces

September 30, 2014

Worsening of criminal situation in Russia due to arrival of illegal armed gangs from Ukraine

Yesterday Ukrainian experts repaired 18 armoured vehicles for Armed Forces

Spokesperson for Information-Analytic Center of National Security and defense Council colonel Andriy Lysenko reported this during daily press briefing in Kyiv.

Active radio and human intelligence of Russian Armed Forces doesn’t stop at Ukrainian-Russian border

Yesterday at 07.45 pm one drone was detected near the town of Mariupol at an altitude of 1500 m. the drone was flying in direction to territory controlled by terrorists.

According to operative data, new sub-units of Russian Armed Forces have appeared in Rostov oblast [Russia]. These are 100-th separate reconnaissance brigade from North Ossetia and reconnaissance, sabotage groups from the 2-nd separate brigade of special purpose of Russian Armed Forces [from Pskovska oblast] and 22-nd brigade of special forces that are controlled by General Headquarters of Armed Forces of Russian Federation.

Sharp worsening of crime situation is registered in regions of Russian Federation that border with Ukraine. This is associate with arrival of bandits and deserters and representatives of uncontrolled terrorist gangs from Ukraine to Russia, smuggling and selling of properties stolen in Ukraine. Because of that officers of federal Security Service of Russian federation carry out detailed checking of every vehicle that enters Russian territory. The checking is carried out at checkpoints ‘Izvaryne’, ‘Chervonopartyzansk’ and ‘Dovzhanskiy’. Ukrainian side officially closed these checkpoints previously.

During the last day, the experts of ‘Ukroboronprom’ repaired 18 armoured vehicles. Among them, there are tanks, combat vehicles of infantry and paratroopers. Also 4 armoured personnel carriers and one artillery system were repaired.

Source: National Security and Defense Council

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