Confirmed location of over dozen tanks on Russian base in Lugansk, Ukraine.

There is now confirmed location of over dozen¬†Russian army standard T-72B1 and T-72B tanks on a base in Lugansk, Ukraine. We already reported this base before, it became famous as several BPM-97 “Vystrel” armored personnel carriers used only by Russian Army were spotted there. Read that report at http://lugansk-news.com/russian-military-base-with-bpm-97-vystrel-located-in-lugansk-photos/

Over dozen tanks on Russian base in Lugansk, Ukraine

Over dozen tanks on Russian base in Lugansk, Ukraine

Originally these photos were posted by Olga Zakhran, here is her page on VK.com https://vk.com/id184031776 and some info about her on Security Service of Ukraine site here https://psb4ukr.org/criminal/zaxran-olga-nikolaevna/ This woman now lives in Sochi, Russian Federation, where she openly collects money for different terrorist groups active in Lugansk Region. Previously Olga Zakhran used to live in Krasniy Luch, small city not far from Lugansk controlled by so-called Lugansk People’s Republic. Every time she comes to Lugansk she posts a report.

Another person Max Govorov who is a member of “Avgust” terrorist group have just added new photo on his social profile at https://vk.com/id37302618 yesterday on April 12 2015. Photo is taken at the same place with geo-location at Hastello St.

Photo of Max Govorov on a Russian base in Lugansk

Photo of Max Govorov on a Russian base in Lugansk

This Russian base is located on the territory of “Transpele” transportation company on Hastello St., details were in the report on BPM-97 “Vystrel” mentioned above.

Below is another photo that proves the location where it was taken. In that photo you can see a building of “Polimer” factory located on Hastello St. 39, just on another side of a street from “Transpele” company. Here is a link to “Polimer” factory website http://lzp.com.ua/contacts.html

"Polimer" factory can be seen in the photo

“Polimer” factory can be seen in the photo

Take a closer look at the blue sign on the factory seen in background.

"Polimer" factory in the photo taken by terrorists

“Polimer” factory in the photo taken by terrorists

The photo of this factory taken exactly from the same angle can be found on wikimapia.org here is a link and a photo posted there.

Photo of "Polimer" factory posted on wikimapia.org

Photo of “Polimer” factory posted on wikimapia.org

The photo of Olga Zakhran with APC was taken exactly at these coordinates 48.537129, 39.357214. The APC is standing on the road at the entrance to “Transpele” parking lot where tanks are located. Obviously APC is securing the entrance to the base.

So we marked on the map the location of “Polimer” factory, APC at the entrance to “Transpele” parking lot and location of 2 rows of tanks, there can be over 20 of them there, and 2 tall buildings you can see in the photos.

Location of Russian tanks on the map in Lugansk

Location of Russian tanks on the map in Lugansk

The second row of tanks can be seen on the photo dated Feb 28 2015 posted at informnapalm.org The photo was takes at the same place and you can see few tanks from the 1st row, so these tanks are there for over a month already.

2nd raw of tansk on a Russian base in Lugansk

2nd raw of tansk on a Russian base in Lugansk

And below are just more recent photos from this terrorist base. Special thanks to informnapalm.org for their contribution and their post covering these tanks, you can read their report here.

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

Photos from Russian base in Lugansk

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