The decision of the American giant was noticed by others Ukrainian journalist Viktor Kovalenko. “Google Maps has opened up public access to satellite images of all Russian military bases, forts, facilities, airports, jet planes, ships, anti-aircraft systems, and nuclear missile missiles.” – He wrote on Twitter.
Before the war broke out, Russian maps disappeared from the rest. Luxury building called “Putin Palace” in Kelentzik on the Black Sea“But that object can still be seen on Google Maps.
Satellite imagery is one of the biggest problems of the Russian military. Thanks to this information, the Ukrainian army receives accurate data on the movements of the enemy army. In addition, satellite photos contradict the Russian story, which contradicts committing war crimes.
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