OSCE SMM records in occupied Donbass the latest electronic warfare systems from the Russian Federation 08/13/2018 11:54:02. Total views 995. Views today — 0.

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission has recorded the latest Russian-made electronic warfare systems in the occupied territory of Donbass. This is stated in the mission's report of August 11.

It is noted that in the uncontrolled areas on July 28, the SMM's microcopter detected 4 different electronic warfare systems. In particular, Leer-3 RB-341V, 1L269 Krasukha-2, RB-109A Bylina and 1 system of electronic warfare against UAV Repellent-1 near Chornukhyne (64 km south-west of Luhansk).

"The SMM recorded the presence of all four systems for the first time. On 2 August, during the flight over the same site, the UAV did not detect these systems", - the monitoring mission's report said.

In turn, the Ukrainian party of the JCCC stressed that all these systems have been created in the Russian Federation in recent years.

"And SB-109A Bylina should be put into service by the Russian army only this year as a result of military tests. As we see, these tests are being conducted on the territory of Ukraine", - the Ukrainian party of the JCCC stated.