In Donbass, heavy flamethrowers TOS-1 are ready to be used, if Kiev does not come to their senses

Kiev's open refusal to comply with the Minsk agreements forces the LPR to start using its trump cards against the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

The successful use of TOS-1 heavy flamethrower systems in the Donbass against large concentrations of Ukrainian Armed Forces forces may force the militias to re-use these weapons. The reason for this is the banal disregard for the Minsk agreements, from which Ukraine did not withdraw, but at the same time does not intend to comply with them. Today, the situation in the area of ​​the contact line in the Donbass is such that with a few strikes of the heavy flamethrower systems TOS-1 in service with the DPR and LPR, you can easily destroy several tank battalions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, destroy the equipped positions of the Ukrainian military and completely discourage Kiev from speaking at all. on the use of any weapons in the Donbass.

At the moment, heavy flamethrower systems in the front area in Donbass have not been noticed, however, this does not mean that they are not there, since, given the limited range and the enormous destructive power of this weapon, it can be deployed only in certain areas.

How many heavy flamethrower systems can be in service with the DPR and LPR is unknown, but, according to various estimates, the total amount of this weapon available to the self-proclaimed republics can reach 10 units.

apparently bought in the military

When you will burn then you will understand.

they won the lottery, and the Outskirts provided them with this winning ticket.

Why warn. To get ready?

And where did the gangs in Ukraine get the TOSs ????

Yes, it's high time!

This is the second such good news after the recent information about the presence of Tochka-U missiles by the People's Militia of the LPR. We can say that the defense departments of the DPR and LPR are doing an excellent job, providing their armies with effective weapons in the absence of official supplies