As reported by Censor.NET, today, Oct. 11, 2016, a volunteer aerial reconnaissance group has provided InformNapalm international OSINT community with an image proving Russian-terrorist forces' flagrant violation of hardware disengagement conditions in the Donbas. The picture shows two tanks (125 mm) deployed just 14 km from the contact line. As stipulated by the recently reached disengagement agreement, they should have been removed at least 25 km from the line.
The coordinates of the identified hardware: 48.296118, 38.109385.
"It is the fifth largest weapons cluster of Russian terrorists detected and identified by volunteers over the past 10 days in the Donbas. Earlier, a large concentration of tanks and self-propelled guns was recorded in Donetsk just 15 km from the demarcation line. Tanks were also recorded in the village of Rozdolne (10 km from the line). 2S1 Gvozdika 122 mm self-propelled guns were spotted in Novoazovsk (17 km from the demarcation line). An entire artillery brigade was found in an open area in the village of Vrubivskyi. All these incidents indicate that militants blatantly violate the agreement to remove heavy weapons 25 km away from the contact line," the report reads.
As previously reported, during 2016, upon monitoring open information sources, including satellite imagery, videos, bystander shots, personal photos of mercenaries and Russian military posted on their social media accounts, InformNapalm identified more than 30 types of weapons and special equipment of the Russian armed forces in the Donbas. In September 2016, all these findings were compiled into a single data base and visualized with the help of video graphics.
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