Next column of Russian tanks crosses border

Next column of Russian armored vehicles, consisting of eight tanks and three self-propelled vehicles, probably Akatsia, crossed the Ukrainian-Russian border in Donetsk region, at the sector not controlled by the Ukrainian side.
A witness told Ukrinform.
“This morning, about 10:00 a.m., a column of military vehicles of eight tanks and three Akatsia crossed the border and continued movement deeper into territory. Self-propelled vehicles, likely, went to Yenakiyeve. It is unknown where the tanks went,” the agency’s interlocutor said.
This same source, referring to evidences of Donetsk residents, informed that more than 50 percent of trucks of the previous “humanitarian convoy” from Russia, which arrived in the territory of Donetsk region, were loaded with ammunition for small arms and artillery.
“People saw how these automobiles were unloaded. Boxes – standard, army, many boxes. Most likely these were artillery shells, anti-tank missiles and ammunition for automatic weapons. In those trucks, alive Ossetian and Chechen mercenaries were taken back, probably within the frames of rotation,” the source said.

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