Tanks on Khreshchatyk: an impressive exhibition was organized in Kyiv

Kyivans examine the destroyed Russian equipment
Kyivans examine the destroyed Russian equipment
© Photo: Mykhailo Markiv
Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: August 22 2022 at 07:11 pm
Source: vechirniy.kyiv.ua

Russian equipment was brought to Khreshchatyk, which was destroyed by the Armed Forces.

Russian tanks, armored personnel carriers and even the vaunted "Sunset" can be seen on the capital's main street from Maidan Nezalezhnosti all the way to Central Shopping Center. Among the burned equipment, there are also mounds of projectile fragments - with all this, the Russian troops came to Ukrainian land.

"In February, the Russians planned a parade in the center of Kyiv. 6 months after the start of a large-scale war, the shameful display of rusty Russian metal is a reminder to all dictators about how their plans can be destroyed by a free and courageous people," says the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, which organized the exhibition, on Twitter.

This year, due to full-scale Russian aggression in the capital, mass events for Flag Day and Independence Day were canceled. However, thanks to the Ukrainian military, we have such a shame parade of the Russian occupation forces.

Natalka MARKIV , "Evening Kyiv", photo by Mykhailo Markiv

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