With the front lines growing mostly quiet since the Minsk II peace accord last February, the Russian backed separatists have kept the initiative over the Ukrainian army, desperate to hold off any future attacks from a more powerful and better trained opponent. The Ukrainian army, which lacks tactical efficiency and heavy equipment, is no match for the better-trained separatists.
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