November 6, it was tracked down weapons and military equipment including 32 tanks, 16 D-30 howitzers and 30 KAMAZ trucks loaded with ammunition and mercenaries moving from the Russian territory towards Krasny Luch, Luhansk region.
The Ukrainian National Security Council reports, confirmed by OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine November 8, revealed two columns of about 50 covered KAMAZ vehicles towed the artillery mounts from Russia to the direction of Snizhne, Donetsk region.
November 9, observers of OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine had revealed a convoy of 17 ZIL trucks near Sverdlove town which is 15 km east of Donetsk. 5 of these trucks carried multiple launch rocket systems "Grad". Another major convoy of KAMAZ trucks was recorded by observers at Zuhres. 12 of them towed 122-mm howitzers. One of these columns containing tanks and self-propelled artillery was also recorded near Donetsk.
November 9, there was tracked down a column of military vehicles including three KAMAZs carrying Radio Detection and Ranging Equipment heading from the Russian Federation to Ukraine through Izvaryne.
According to operational data new AK-74 assault rifles equipped with modern laser sight had been delivered from the Russian Federation to Donetsk. There is also information about modern sniper rifles that will be supplied by Russia to this region shortly.
Ultra-modern Anti-aircraft missile system Pantsir-S1 (NATO reporting name SA-22 Greyhound) located at a distance of 500 meters from the terrorists checkpoint near the exit from town of Novoazovsk to the direction of Mariupol (see photo). This Russian made weapon has been in service since 2012 in Russian Army only. Armed Forces of Ukraine never had such complexes.