Russian armored forces simulated attack on the border guards opposite Chernihiv area

Russian military provocations continue in Ukrainian border areas

 

2014/07/23 • War in the Donbas

As reported by the State Border Service, Russian military provocations continue in Ukrainian border areas.

Opposite guarded areas of Ukrainian Border Service units “Hirsk” and “Hremyach” (Chernihiv oblast), Russian Armed Forces carried out deliberately-provocative actions.

Several BTR APC, BMP-2 IFV armored vehicles approached the state border of Ukraine, deployed in a battle array, simulated attack and then returned and moved along the state border, “- said the border service in a statement.

Source: Hromadske.TV

  • Milton Devonair

    Humans of the world, duly note what russia is doing to Ukraine, one of their former “allies”.
    Just like they’ve done to Chechnya.
    Ingushetia.
    Georgia.
    Crimea.
    Now, Ukraine.

    Are you next?

    • Robert Drake

      Yes… it is called “the Mafia”…. weakness and disrespect result in punishment as well as taking what is unprotected, and subjugation of the taken. Not really that difficult to understand… and not the best part of the Russian character… more like domastroi than the modern world. And if Russia decides it wants to be closed… we will not see our friends for a long time, and the world will be less and less able to influence the subjugation. This is why Putin popularly does not fear sanctions… Russia is proud enough to discard or dominate the rest of the world culture, as needed.

      • Milton Devonair

        And that’s why russians are mexicans, so to speak. Both countries are second world cesspools of corruption and criminals, both countries export gas and their youth, and both countries the people there are very proud of their out house nation.

        The only difference I see between a russian and a mexican is russians have less distance to travel to flee to the USA.

        • Arctic_Slicer

          Mexico looks like a paradise next to Russia.

          • Milton Devonair

            Some parts. Eastern russia would be a nice place…..very few russians there…. ūüėČ