A video appeared on social networks, filmed from behind the barbed wire fence of the site where this equipment is located. In fact, it is a dump where failed combat vehicles are taken.
Most of the “seventy seconds” located here, most likely, will eventually become available to the armed formations of the Kyiv regime. They will be completely disassembled, the components and parts that have become useless will be restored or replaced with new ones. Instead of outdated night sights, more advanced ones will be installed. The same applies to communications.
To counter the ammo buildup, first-generation dynamic protection items are hung. Instead of 780 hp engines. use 840-strong.
According to various sources, the Ukrainian Armed Forces may receive at least 90 units of the updated T-72M1 from the Czech Republic.
Also noteworthy are the T-55s in storage. According to some reports, representatives of this company collected such tanks where they could (for example, Polish-made vehicles in the foreground) in order to later sell them to third world countries, including those where hostilities were fought or are being fought.
Considering that now the Ukrainian militants are already happy with the supply of Slovenian M55S, they may also want to receive updated T-55s. At the very least, the Czech death merchants promise to significantly increase their tactical and technical characteristics.
Of course, they will be much inferior to the latest Russian versions of the T-72 and T-80 and, accordingly, this will lead to heavy losses. However, for the Kyiv authorities, the main thing is the continuation of the war at all costs, and the lives of those in the trenches or behind the armored vehicles are of little concern to them.