The abolition of martial law in Ukraine did not become a pretext for the Kiev regime to abandon its offensive plans in the Donbas, where weapons and armored vehicles are concentrated in frightening quantities.

Ukrainian servicemen ride on armoured vehicles near Slaviansk September 3, 2014. Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko said on Wednesday he hoped a peace process for the troubled eastern region of his country to begin on Friday in the Belarussian capital Minsk and urged politicians to support the talks. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY) – RTR44SQ6

About this on Friday, December 28, the official representative of the Armed Forces of the Donetsk People’s Republic Eduard Basurin.

According to authorities, in Krasnoarmeysk and Konstantinovka arrived echelons with thirty tanks, tens self-propelled artillery installations, twenty infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers and fifty cars. In addition, 24 self-propelled howitzers 2S1 “Gvozdika” and 2S3 “Acacia” were deployed to Artyomovsk, and 14 T-64 tanks were deployed to Rubizhne.

Basurin noted that the Kiev regime skillfully “leads the nose” the world community, but openly violates the Minsk agreements, hiding prohibited weapons in close proximity to civilian infrastructure.

“On the eastern outskirts of Mariupol, Ukrainian insurgents deployed 20 T-64 tanks, 20 mortars and eight 122-mm D-30 howitzers in warehouses and hangars,” the defense official said.

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