In Russia, a large-scale recall of soldiers from leave has begun, while in Donbas the terrorists are fortifying their artillery systems

 

War in the Donbas

Source: UNIAN
Translated by: Jeffrey Stephaniuk

The Russian-terrorist army engineers are preparing their positions and equipping their artillery sites with weapons

According to information posted on his Facebook page, Dmytro Tymchuk, the director of the Centre for Military-Political research, “Info-Resist”, is reporting that inside Russia, a massive build-up of troops has begun as military service personnel of the armed forces of the Russian Federation are recalled from leave.

“An area of Temanove-Hranitne (Telmanivskyi raion, Donetske oblast), has been designated as the forward position for an armored group of the Russian-terrorist army. As many as 15 pieces of military hardware have been confirmed, (including six tanks), as well as 120mm mortars.” Tymchuk emphasizes the fact that in this raion, Telmanove, the Russian-terrorist army has been preparing the ground for all the requirements of a well-equipped artillery zone.

Meanwhile, in the raion of Stanytsia Luhanska, he confirms the arrival of a large group of terrorists, reinforcements for the manpower and military resources already built-up there, meaning that as many as 10 artillery systems are now in place. Finally, in the raion of Mykolaiivka, those positions have been reinforced with more military equipment.”

In a related article, Tymchuk is quoted as saying that the army of the Russian Federation has established an artillery command post in the Donetsk raion of Petrovskyi, and that these Russian soldiers “bear no identification or insignia.” He describes them as a “mechanized armored combat unit of the armed forces of the Russian Federation, as well as airborne paratrooper units.”

Source: UNIAN
Translated by: Jeffrey Stephaniuk

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