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Ukraine's drones patrol border with Crimea

The drones are equipped with modern video and thermal cameras, they allow to monitor the sector within 50 km and at a height of 2,000 meter
13:36, 15 April 2018

State Border Guard of Ukraine

Spectator-M drones, produced in Ukraine, started patrolling the administrative boundary line with Crimea, which annexed by Russia, as Azov-Black Sea Regional Governance of Ukraine’s Border Guard Service reported on Facebook.

“At the moment, the Spectator-M systems are being used on the sea section under the control of the border detachment and on the land sector on the administrative border with the temporarily annexed Crimea,” the message says.

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It was noted that the drones are equipped with modern video and thermal cameras, they allow to monitor the sector within 50 km and at a height of 2,000 meters.

The military servicemen who completed special training are conducting the launching and control of the drones.

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As it was reported, 1,800 invalid documents, more than 500 ammunition units and 9 kg of drugs were found over the last four years on the administrative border with Crimea.

Related: UNESCO Executive Board decides on monitoring of cultural heritage in Crimea

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