U.S. and Europe to provide Kiev with satellite imagery to strike Donbass

August 12: Some 19 countries will supply Ukraine with satellite images of areas of military operations in the Donbass. The corresponding agreement was signed by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, according to the website Russian Spring.
Kiev war criminals pose with their U.S. handler,
State Department official Victoria Nuland.
According to Ukrainian military expert Sergey Zgurets, the U.S. and Europe will supply most of the satellite imagery to Kiev.
“They are to be used by the APU [Ukrainian Armed Forces] during the planning and conduct of hostilities in the Anti-Terrorist Operation,” said Zgurets.

Many experts believe this step shows that from the beginning, the Ukrainian side was not going to carry out the Minsk agreement.
Translated by Greg Butterfield

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