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Russian Terminator tanks move within two miles of Ukrainian border as war fears grow

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Russian terminator tanks have moved within two miles of the Ukrainian border as fears of war grow.

Convoys of Kremlin military firepower have moved close to the border, a new video has revealed.

A train loaded with Terminator tank support fighting vehicles is seen in a video evidently for the first time heading towards the border.

The Terminator is seen as especially suited to urban warfare.

The ominous manoeuvres have been taken part in the Belgorod region of Russia only days after Moscow was originally supposed to withdraw troops, before reneging on that promise.

Russian forces are now closer than ever to the frontier in preparation for an invasion which officials in the west have repeatedly warned is coming.

One of the videos shows a convoy on the move near Shebekino, close to the border.

The short-range all-weather Tor air defence system was visible.

A Russian mobile military hospital is also seen in Shebekino town, perhaps three miles from the frontier.

The presence of such medical facilities and associated blood banks is seen in the West as evidence that Putin is serious about an invasion.

In another video, tanks are visible in snow at Kamenka in Kursk region, less than four miles from the Ukrainian border.

Other footage shows army moves underway, for example MSTA-S howitzers around 20 miles from the frontier.

Multiple videos posted on TikTok and other social media from Belgorod and Kursk regions show Russian firepower in positions within easy reach of Ukraine, supporting US and UK warnings that an invasion could be imminent.

As well as that, Russia staged major naval war games in the eastern Mediterranean as Moscow closed much of the Azov Sea, close to Ukraine, for drills.

The Mediterranean drills involve warships from Putin’s Pacific, Northern and Black Sea fleets.

Putin’s decision to reverse his previously declared intention and keep his forces in autocratic Belarus further highlights the threat of invasion to Ukraine.

But one Western source said: “Whether or not Putin invades Ukraine, it looks like he has cemented his control of Belarus without anyone noticing.”.

State TV channel Rossiya 1 anchorman Dmitry Kiselyov - described as Vladimir Putin’s “mouthpiece” or “propagandist-in-chief” - launched a scathing attack on the Queen and Johnson needed a war to deflect attention from scandals engulfing the royal family and Downing Street.

It was the "Americans and English that need war”, he said, alleging Britain was especially “thirsting” for a conflict due to problems engulfing the royal family and the lockdown parties held in Downing Street.

Russia, in contrast, was "forcing the West into dialogue and peace”, he claimed.

Boris Johnson ’s office keenly awaits this war because it switches attention from his government’s crisis to the pre-programmed ‘Russian invasion’,” Kiselyov told viewers.

“The Royal Family is in urgent need of distractions, too, as Scotland Yard digs into Prince Charles giving away high British awards - honourable titles and even citizenship to foreign businessman Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz.

“Yet they very much want to distract attention - even if this distraction is war.

“The Queen’s favourite son Prince Andrew has settled with the victim of his rape at Mummy’s expense - $16 million - in a US court.

“The 95-year-old Queen will pay.”

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