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MOSCOW, March 25. /TASS/. Kiev-controlled forces have moved several tanks to a village on the line of engagement with the militias of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic, a spokesman for the Luhansk militias said on Thursday.
"Three tanks have entered the territory of the village of Kondrashovka (ten kilometers away from Luhansk, the north-western suburb of the town of Luganskaya) from positions in the rear. Their arrival was registered from our observation post," the LuganskInformCentre quotes the spokesman as saying.
The armoured vehicles were moved to Kondrashovka on Wednesday, March 25.
The Luhansk militias’ spokesman said the redeployment of tanks to Kondrashovka was a crude violation of item two of the package of measures for implementing the Minsk Accords, envisaging pullback of heavy weapons from the engagement line with the aim of creating a buffer zone 50 to 140 kilometers wide, depending the caliber of artillery systems.