The unmanned aerial reconnaissance group of the Army SOS volunteer community spotted the armament of caliber more than 100 mm within 16 kilometers from the contact line, at a firing range near the village of Sofiiivka (previously Karlo-Marksove). According to local sources, the above-mentioned firing range is often used for training of artillery and tank units of the so-called 3rd Berkut Motorized Rifle Brigade (military unit 08803). It is worth reminding that according to the Minsk II agreement, armament with 100 mm caliber or more should be pulled out from the line of contact to a distance of at least 25 kilometers.
Army SOS volunteer reconnaissance group carried out this drone flight last week. The photos provided to InformNapalm show the following equipment, which violates the conditions of Minsk II:
- 10 T-64BV / T-72B main battle tanks with 125 mm guns
- four 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled howitzers, 122 mm
- four D-30 howitzers,122 mm
- three MT-12 Rapira anti-tank guns, 10 0mm