On November 30, a train with miltiary equipment derrailed west of the Russian city of Omsk. The rail was consisting of 71 carriages. 21 of them overturned as a result of the incident. According to reports, the overturned carriages were containing various armoured vehicles, including some artillery pieces.
The Russian Defense Ministry commented on the incident by saying that no personnel were injured as a result of the incident. The investigation is ongoing.
It’s interesting to note that the incident happened amid the recent round of escalation on the border between Russia and Ukraine. The Kiev regime even declared martial law in the regions bordering Russia. Some experts openly say that President Petro Poroshenko and his inner circle are trying to provoke an open military conflict with Russia in order to solve their internal political problems and to keep the shriking power.
Ukraine is set to hold a presidential election on March 31, 2019 if it is not aborted because of a “war” with Russia. Poroshenko’s current rating is about 2-5% rating and he has little chances to win the election “democratically”.