In the occupied territories of Donbas and annexed Crimea is 800 armored personnel carriers and hundreds of tanks from Russia, – Klimkin

На оккупированных территориях Донбасса и аннексированном Крыму находится 800 БТР и сотни танков из РФ, - Климкин

Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin

In the occupied territories of Donbas and annexed Crimea is 800 armored personnel carriers and hundreds of tanks from the Russian Federation. About it during a speech in the U.S. Congress, which was broadcast channel “112 Ukraine” stated the foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin.

“Ukraine was a shocking number of Russian weapons, I’m talking about the occupied Donbas and Crimea. Now there are about 4,200 soldiers of the regular troops, over 100 tanks and 800 APCS. Now in Ukraine to thousands of artillery systems, more than 200 reactive systems of volley fire”, – he said.

Earlier the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that the threat of full-scale military invasion of the Russian Federation in Ukraine continues. According to him, in immediate proximity to our borders deployed units of the Russian Armed forces numbering up to 50 thousand people. “Some 470 tanks, more than 1.7 thousand armored vehicles, 390 artillery systems and 220 systems of volley fire, about 490 combat aircraft, hundreds of helicopters, 24 combat ship. Russians create new and expand and upgrade existing bases and other military infrastructure,” he said.

We will note, earlier Poroshenko said that during the Russian aggression in Eastern Ukraine has killed 2608 Ukrainian servicemen, with 2200 – from the Armed forces of Ukraine.

На оккупированных территориях Донбасса и аннексированном Крыму находится 800 БТР и сотни танков из РФ, - Климкин
На оккупированных территориях Донбасса и аннексированном Крыму находится 800 БТР и сотни танков из РФ, - Климкин

На оккупированных территориях Донбасса и аннексированном Крыму находится 800 БТР и сотни танков из РФ, - Климкин

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