Ukrainian forces claim to have shot down a few of Russia’s Orlan-10 drones, a tactical UAV in service with the Russian military and produced by St. Petersburg’s Special Technological Center. Other Russian UAVs spotted in Ukraine include the Granat-1 and the ZALA-421–08.
Russia continuously claimed that any tanks operated by the separatists must have been captured from Ukraine’s own army. The T-72BM is in service with the Russian Army in large numbers. This modernized T-72 is not known to have been exported to nor operated by any other country.
Apr 17, 2014 · The ‘business’ of Ukraine’s government is now practically impossible, as it cannot guarantee the physical or economic security of its own people because of interference from Russia.
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Russia says its decision to send troops into Ukraine is necessary to protect Russian citizens. There is an ethnic Russian majority in Ukraine’s autonomous republic of Crimea.
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He lumps the blackouts and other cyberattacks together with the Russian disinformation flooding Ukraine’s media, the terroristic campaigns in the east of the country, and his own poisoning years
Watch video · Ukraine’s security chief said the death of Russian reporter Arkady Babchenko was faked in Kiev to foil a plot against his life.
On 11 August 2009, Russian president Dmitry Medvedev posted a videoblog on the Kremlin.ru website, and the official Kremlin LiveJournal blog, in which he criticised Yushchenko for what Medvedev claimed was the Ukrainian president’s responsibility in the souring of Russia–Ukraine relations and "the anti-Russian position of the current