Everyone is talking about the 'Minsk agreements' and its point by point fulfillment nowadays. Let's take the first two items, without the full implementation of which it is pointless to try to restore the full control over the state border of Ukraine and hold the local elections in certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions:
- 'Immediate and full cease-fire in certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine'. How should this item be implemented if the drunk Russian militants have tons of ammunition for all kinds of weapons at the front line (and the stacked warehouses in the 25 km zone)? They take a 122-mm mortar or any gunnery and shell all night long. Maybe there is some sense in withdrawal of the large calibre ammunition as well? Just like it was done with the military equipment, but this time it should be withdrawn three times farther.
- 'Artillery systems of 100-mm caliber and larger should be withdrawn by both sides and at least 50 km security zone must be created (25 km for each side)'. This point is NOT BEING FULFILLED from the beginning, because the Russian militants just have hidden most of the military equipment at various warehouses and industrial premises along the contact line as close to the Ukrainian positions as they could.
The location is marked with a circle on the map.
The map is overlaid by photos for easier locality identification.
Photos uploaded by militant Vlad Zagorodny on Jan. 20-21, 2016.
These are the photos taken by militant Igor Kalko (callsign 'Kalyba', born Oct. 30, 1996), who operates Gvozdika SP gun receiving salary of 30000 rubles per month for his terrorist activity.
Gvozdika SP gun battery militants.
The photos show newly re-painted in white color 2S1 Gvozdika 122-mm SP guns with side numbers 410 and 414; the new tactical sign '55 in triangle' (which replaced the old '5 in diamond' sign) can be seen as well.
These are pictures of 'Gvozdika' gun with side number 412 and 'For you, for us, for Donbas' inscription taken inside and outside of a building at this base.
Igor Kalko wrote in the comments under the photo below that he had 'washed' ALL FIVE self-propelled howitzers.
Many militants posted almost similar photos, so investigators have shown the most informative and interesting ones.
Here are photos made by militants in spring and summer of 2015. The attention of InformNapalm volunteers was captured by the photo with piles of shells taken by a nameless militant with 'Novorossia Donetsk' nickname. The shells are stored in a round hangar with brick siding. The closest similar building (map) is located in 500m from the premises with the hidden 'Gvozdika' units.
The militant with Novorossia Donetsk nickname was seen in the same building near the 412 SP gun.
Militant Aleksei Gvozd showed the ammunition depot as well.