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 OSCE recorded concentrations of terrorists' military equipment in violation of respective withdrawal lines

The unmanned aerial vehicles of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission keep spotting concentrations of military equipment of the "DPR" in violation of the respective withdrawal lines.

Censor.NET informs citing situation report by OSCE SMM based on information received as of October 18, 2015.

The report reads:" In "DPR"-controlled locations the UAVs observed the following hardware: two main battle tanks (MBT) in the area of Bezimenne (29km east of Mariupol), 26 MBTs and one mobile air defence missile system (9K35 Strela-10M, 120mm) in the area of Sontseve (57km south-east of Donetsk), three MBTs in the area of Michurine (55km north-east of Mariupol), two self-propelled howitzers (2S1Gvozdika, 122mm) in the area of Petrivske (42km south-east of Donetsk), and two self-propelled howitzers (2S1 Gvozdika, 122mm) in the area of Oktiabr (28km north-east of Mariupol). An SMM UAV experienced jamming over "DPR"-controlled Zaichenko (25km north-east of Mariupol). The SMM UAVs also spotted beyond the respective withdrawal lines six MBTs in the area of "DPR"-controlled Komsomolske (43km south-east of Donetsk).

Read more: Militants stage withdrawal of heavy weapons for OSCE at daytime returning it to positions at night, - Defense Ministry Intelligence


"The SMM observed a convoy of 21 military-type trucks heading in the direction of Luhansk in the area of "LPR"-controlled Novosvitlivka (16km south-east of Luhansk) Oct. 18. It also spotted nine general purpose Kamaz trucks moving towards "LPR"-controlled Myrne (28km south-west of Luhansk), and another 22 military-type trucks in the area of "LPR"-controlled Lutuhyne (21km south-west of Luhansk)."

In addition, the OSCE observers reported that armed individuals continued preventing the SMM from monitoring most areas close to the international border with the Russian Federation in parts of Luhansk region not controlled by the Government.

Read more: OSCE monitors should receive complete access to border areas in Donbas, - John Kerry

 
 
 
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