This was announced by the head of the enterprise Viktor Kozonak, Censor.NET reports citing the Ukroboronprom press service.
The tanks were taken to the plant directly from the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area in the east of the country with various damage. According to military, their active armor saved the lives of several crews.
The plant's technicians repaired chassis and reinforced upgraded engines, set up new barrels instead of those out of service. All Bulats received a modernized defense, commander and crew being even more protected from now on. All tanks have undergone a full cycle testing and have already been taken over by military.
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