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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Zakharova suspected amnesia Poroshenko, the newly recognized APU a strong army


Official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova couldn’t pass by the statements of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. The latter once again found that the army of his country is one of the most powerful on the continent.


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Earlier, Poroshenko referred to a “experience” that showed that lapsed into amnesia, Ukraine is becoming “easy prey for the enemy in a hybrid war”. “We have created one of the most powerful and definitely one of the most Patriotic and the strongest armies on the continent”, – said the Ukrainian President. In August last year he claimed that APU is in the TOP 5 strongest armies on the continent.

Maria Zakharova on his page in Facebook ironic asked on which continent, according to Poroshenko, Ukraine is located. However, she suggested that the statement of the President of Ukraine were made due to them amnesia.

It is worth noting that currently the military-industrial complex of Ukraine has been unable to provide APU with modern appliances good quality. For example, prototypes are advertised widely (including with the participation of Poroshenko) Ukrainian armored “Dozor-B” is cracked after 100 and 400 kilometers, respectively.

And testing Ukrainian “innovative” combat vehicle infantry support “Azovets” had to be abandoned after it became clear that the observation devices it has installed surveillance cameras for intercoms. Moreover, collected “electronic eyes” were from cheap components made in China.

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