All I can see in this "column of Russian armour" a mixture of:
1. MT-LB transporter with a ZU-23-2 towable anti-aircraft autocannon sitting on the top of it.
2. another MT-LB with ZU-23-2 on the top.
3. It looks to me like T-72.
4. An old Ural model track with some piece of towed artillery behind it.
5. A MT-LB variant called "9K35 Strela-10" (NATO designation SA-13 "Gopher")
7. Another old Ural model track with some piece of towed artillery behind it.
8. Looks like another T-72 (or repainted T-64, I can't tell, it drives too fast to catch all the details.)
9. Another old Ural model track with some piece of towed artillery behind it.
10. Another MT-LB transporter with a ZU-23-2 towable anti-aircraft autocannon sitting on the top of it.
11. MT-LB transporter with troops on the top of it.
12. It looks like T-80 or maybe T-84
13. Most likely T-64.
14. MT-LB transporter
100% looks like a column of mixed armour and weapons rebels would acquired during the fights with "not Russian" army. All weapons and armour made during the USSR and there is nothing new, which could only be traced to Russian army is in this column.
"Joseph Dempsey, an analyst with the International Institute for Strategic Studies, told the BBC that one of the tanks is something called a T-72BM, a modern variant identifiable by its special "Kontakt-5 Explosive Reactive" armor, and one that Russia has not exported but uses heavily in its own military. That is a new development, and one that suggests not just that Russia is invading, but being increasingly brazen about it.
Dempsey told the BBC, "The Soviet-era tanks operated by the separatists have until now represented those that could have been potentially acquired internally within Ukraine, providing a degree of plausible deniability to any suspected third-party supplier." That degree of plausible deniability is now gone."
This "analyst" is an idiot. Even the wikipedia article lists "Kontakt-5 Explosive Reactive" armor designed during the USSR so "not Russia", being a major manufacturer and the military storage territory would've had plenty of it in its military depots.
Kontakt-5 is a type of third-generation explosive reactive armour (ERA) originating in the Soviet Union. It is the first type of ERA which is effectively able to defeat modern armour-piercing fin-stabilized discarding sabot (APFSDS) rounds.
Introduced on the T-80U tank in 1985, Kontakt-5 is made up of "bricks" of explosive sandwiched between two metal plates. The plates are arranged in such a way as to move sideways rapidly when the explosive detonates. This will force an incoming kinetic energy penetrator or shaped charge jet to cut through more armour than the thickness of the plating itself, since "new" plating is constantly fed into the penetrating body. A kinetic energy penetrator will also be subjected to powerful sideways forces, which might be large enough to cut the rod into two or more pieces. This will significantly reduce the penetrating capabilities of the penetrator, since the penetrating force will be dissipated over a larger volume of armour.
And there is no such model designation as "T-72MB", there is however T-72 Main Battle tank which was designed again in the USSR and which "not Russia" used to have plenty.
The Western media "accidentally" forgets that a week ago 311 "not Russian" troops were allowed to enter and surrender to the Russian troops in order to be sent back home after the rebels negotiated with them that in exchange for a safe passage to the border with Russia they would leave all their weapons and armour behind. They did and now the rebels use all of it against the rest of the "not Russian" army.