Improved T-72 tanks delivered in Ukraine
Ukroboronprom’s Kyiv Armored Plant has transferred improved T-72 tanks to the Ukrainian Army, the company announced on 23 January.
Over the course of 2017 the plant completed work on restoration of the main T-72AB tanks, enhancing the vehicles with the dynamic 'contact' protection system used on the T-64BV model.
New BTR-3DAs have also been delivered, and a range of armoured vehicles damaged in operations have been restored and repaired.
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