: OSCE spots Russian electronic warfare stations in Donbas

18:38 Jun. 20, 2016

OSCE spots Russian electronic warfare stations in Donbas

Photo source: twitter.com/OSCE_SMM

European watchdog demands that 'impediments to its work' stop

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine has located Russian stations of electronic warfare in the Donbas combat zone in the eastern part of the country. The high-tech jamming equipment has been spotted by drones 15 kilometres from Donetsk.

In a tweet, the mission stated impediments to its work "must stop."

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The stations R-330ZH Zhitel were located on June 14. These are jamming communication stations in service with the Russian army. It is designed to detect, analyze, and jam satellite and cellular phone communication systems.

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