The situation in Melitopol – the occupiers undertook to restore the half-century-old tank-monument — UNIAN

Perhaps in this way the collaborators are already looking for a vehicle to escape.

In Melitopol, the occupiers are restoring a tank-monument / photo of the Melitopol City Council

In Melitopol, Zaporizhzhia Region, the Russian occupiers have begun the restoration of a tank monument. He stood on the pedestal for half a century.

“While the Ukrainian army receives “Leopards” and “Abrams”, the occupiers in Melitopol are sending a tank-monument, which has been standing on a pedestal for more than half a century, for restoration and restoration of the mechanism” – reported Mayor of Melitopol Ivan Fedorov in his Telegram channel.

Fedorov admitted that it is possible that in this way the collaborators are already looking for a vehicle to escape.

“It is impressive, although it is not very clear, whether this is a new level of providing the occupiers with “no analogues” equipment, or whether the collaborators are already looking for a vehicle to escape,” said the mayor of Melitopol.

The Russians are removing tanks from their pedestals because of the war in Ukraine – what is known

On March 24, information appeared that a Russian expert stated on the air of Volodymyr Solovyov’s propaganda program that the option of removing tanks from their pedestals and sending them to war against Ukraine is quite real. Thus, he commented on sending to the front an echelon of old T-54 and T-55 tanks.

It should be noted that the General Staff of the Armed Forces reported that as of May 23, the army of the Russian Federation had lost about 3,789 tanks in battles with the Defense Forces.

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