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Russia moved its newest tanks to the Ukrainian border right before the Minsk talks

Russian tank near Ukrainian border
Russian tank near Ukrainian border
Translated by: A. N.

According to information on social networks, the Russian army did not waste time and just before the Minsk talks between the heads of Ukraine, Germany, France and Russia moved to the border of Ukraine its newest battle armor, reports.

Train with Russian tanks near Ukrainian border
Train with Russian tanks near Ukrainian border. The message says: “Echelon of newest tanks from Russia came to the border with Ukraine from direction of Pokrovsky, tanks are transported on platforms by rail.”

Additionally, yesterday the government of Ukraine published information that according to intelligence reports, the massing of Russian armed forces near the Russian-Ukrainian border is increasing. Personnel, military equipment and weapons are being staged in the Rostov region. From there, Russian military personnel without documents is being transported to the territory of Ukraine in the military or other camouflage uniform without military insignia. Those who express unwillingness to fight against Ukraine are threatened with dismissal.

Translated by: A. N.
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