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05 September 2015 19:15

Artillery destroys part of Russian military equipment that broke border

KYIV, August 15 /Ukrinform/. Some Russian military equipment was destroyed by the artillery almost immediately after the invasion of Ukraine.

President Petro Poroshenko said in a telephone conversation with British Prime Minister David Cameron, the press service of the President informs.

"Much of this equipment was destroyed by the Ukrainian artillery at night," a statement reads.

Information about destruction of Russian military equipment was also confirmed by the National Security and Defense Council.

"I want to reassure: this column was led, it always was under the supervision of our intelligence and weapons of destruction, appropriate active actions were made and a part of the column does not exist now," Spokesman of the NSDC Information-Analytical Center Andriy Lysenko noted.

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