On this occasion, the company provided 120 thermal imagers, high-precision night vision sight, thermal binoculars and thermal monoculars to RHO.
Metinvest donated UAH 15 million worth of thermal imagers and night vision sight to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense.
The company’s new equipment team for scouts includes 120 modern thermal imagers, high-precision night vision, thermal binoculars and thermal monoculars.
These tools allow you to effectively conduct sniper fire at night. With its help, you can perform reconnaissance at distances up to 3 kilometers. GUR notes that the Russians do not have such optics.
“Such devices allow you to see a car three kilometers away in complete darkness, and a man eight hundred kilometers away. Ukrainian troops and special forces of the main intelligence department and the Special Operations Forces are one step ahead of the aggressor from the point of view of the “eyes.” We see them better – and day and night, ”said Andrey Yusov, spokesman for the GUR press service.
Metinvest said that at the moment it is difficult to find such equipment, they are looking for it in different countries – Bulgaria, USA, Germany.
“In the past, more than a hundred drones, bulletproof vests and helmets from Israel were received here (scouts). Although there was not enough artillery, they were certainly the army of the twenty -first century. The shareholder, Rinat Leonidovich Akhmetov, set the task of all businesses to support the army. We and we ourselves take the initiative and provide the necessary things, “said Alexander Vodoviz, head of the Office of the General Director of Metinvest.
A week earlier, Metinvest had donated 120 drones worth $ 500,000 to the scouts.
In just 100 days of the war, Metinvest sent more than UAH 1.5 billion to help Ukraine and Ukrainians. The company also began making armored plates and will provide defenders with 100,000 bulletproof vests.
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