"Sitting here, operating Buk, listening to music, having a regular Sunday," he wrote.
As reported by Censor.NET referring to BuzzFeed, this Russian soldier did not consider that Instagram service automatically applies geolocation to each photo.
Earlier Sotkin published photos of a military base in the south of Russia. It was when Kyiv accused Moscow of assault on their positions from across the border.
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He also added a photo near Krasna Talivka village in the Luhansk region.
On July 5, Sotkin uploaded another photo from the village of Krasny Derkul on the Ukrainian side of the border. That was when Ukraine accused militants of firing mortars to a border crossing checkpoint.
it should be noted that Sotkin lives in Narofominsk near Moscow.
As reported, the State Duma of the Russian Federation may prohibit Russian soldiers to publish photos and videos taken at military sites or bases, containing images of special military equipment and weapons, as well as any other "internal army information" in social networks.