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 British Embassy publishes new evidence of Putin's aggression: Russian AA system Pantsir S-1 spotted in Donbas. PHOTO

The British Embassy in Ukraine provided new evidence of the Russian Federation heavy armament presence in Ukraine.

The agency posted images of the most advanced Russian anti-aircraft artillery system Pantsir S-1 on Twitter, Censor.NET reports.

In addition, the embassy explains how to recognize Russian weapons which are not in service with the Ukrainian Armed Forces by reading identification marks.

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The embassy submits pictures of the mentioned anti-aircraft artillery missile complex and the dates when it was recorded on the territory of Ukraine.

"The world is concerned about Debaltseve. Russia must implement Minsk agreements and withdraw weapons from Ukraine, such as this," the caption to the photo of the British Embassy reads.

Earlier, the British Embassy in Ukraine "helped" Russia to recognize its tanks on the territory of Ukraine, the presence of which the Russian Federation continues to deny.

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In particular, specific features of T-72BM tank, which is not in service with the Armed Forces of Ukraine, were published.

Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/p325200
 
 
 
 
 
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