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Two bloggers freely infiltrate tank factory in Kharkiv, find hundreds of tanks unguarded

Over 300 de-commissioned and a dozen new tanks are stored at the factory, with absolutely no security there
18:12, 17 July 2018

112 Agency

Two bloggers from Kharkiv, northeastern Ukraine, infiltrated the premises of a local tank factory where hundreds of old tanks are stored. They recorded the video which they put on their YouTube account; however, as of the evening of July 17, the actual video has been already deleted. 

The video clearly shows that there's no security on the infrastructure object, with the watchtower partially destroyed, and the gates between the parts of the storage left opened. 

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The bloggers confirm that they found some 300 old Soviet tanks and about a dozen new ones - 'plus the vehicle, which brought them there'. 'It looked like tanks show! The new tanks had seals on them, - apparently, they were never used', reads the description of the video.

Ukraine's defense ministry and, later, the local media reported that the video was filmed at Kharkiv tank factory, where military vehicles are fixed. 

The police of Kharkiv region opened a criminal case on the fact of illegal infiltration onto the premises of a state-run facility.

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