Border guards noticed Russian helicopters at the border with Crimea
Near the ATO region no unmanned enemy aircrafts were registered
Over the day the Berdyansk unit’s border guards noticed Russian helicopters flying at the administrative border with Crimea, - reported the State Border Service press center.
“Berdyansk detachment border guards registered the flights of Russian aircraft at the administrative border with Crimea. In general, 3 helicopters flying very close to the administrative border were seen over the temporarily occupied territory ", - reported in the department.
At the same time near the ATO region no unmanned enemy aircrafts were registered by border guards.
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