Military Situation In Eastern Ukraine On October 30, 2018 (Map Update)

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This map provides a general look at the military situation in eastern Ukraine on October 30, 2018. Both sides continue to accuse each other of violating the ceasefire regime in the war-torn region of Donbass. According to pro-Kiev sources, forces of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and the Luganks People’s Republic (LPR) violated  the ceasefure 23 times during the past two days. At the same time, the DPR and the LPR sources claimed that pro-Kiev forces violated the ceasefire 47 times during the same period.

It’s interesting to note that pro-Kiev troops are actively using ISIS-style armed unmanned aerial vehicles in order to drop munitions on targets within the DPR- and LPR-controlled area. Recently, the Ukrainian UAV dropped munitions on a civilian house in the village of Satomikhailovka.

Military Situation In Eastern Ukraine On October 30, 2018 (Map Update)

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  • Tudor Miron

    Same masters (ukro nazi and daesh) = same weapons and tactics. Same fate at the end of the day.

  • R Trojson

    One more 20 year never ending war for impoverished Russians to bear. Second only to Syria with no end in sight. Plan calls for Russian resources in Africa and South America with body bags the only thing to return. All this activity and only one obsolete air craft carrier. Putin needs to expand the Navy before China starts taking advantage of him.

    • Merijn

      You are a Hasbara Liar…. go back to your Khazarian ZioNazi Masters in Hell Aviv… Mr. SatanYahoo is Waiting for you….

      • R Trojson

        Best you can do is call me names. Had hoped you were intelligent enough to challenge even one of my facts:
        1. How many aircraft carriers does Russia have?
        2. How old is that broken down aircraft carrier?
        3. How will Russia ever exit their Syrian war? Assad will never win the support of his people. ISIS will keep coming back.
        4. There are 35 million Kurds in neighboring Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria. Kurds are the largest ethnic minority in Syria at 10% of the total population.