Dmitry Tymchuk: Updates from the ceasefire zone



According to Information Resistance data, Russian troops continue to concentrate their forces in the Novoazovsk raion [district].

In this direction, from the territory of Russia, no less than 180 pieces of military equipment (tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and APC’s–Armored Personnel Carriers, as well as several units of Grad MLRS–Multiple Launch Rocket Systems) have been transferred.

In the town of Bezimenne (Novoazovsk Raion) an electronic surveillance vehicle belonging to Russian troops was identified.

The concentration of Russian forces occupying North Crimea continues. At the moment, near the administrative border of the ARC [Autonomous Region of Crimea] and theKherson region recorded at least 70 tanks, 100 armored personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles, as well as MLRS–Grad and Uragan [“Hail”], and SAM [Surface-to-Air-Missile system]–Buk.

Also in the last two days, from Donbas to Russian territory in the rain of Izvarino at least 40 units of damaged Russian military equipment were removed.

Operational data from Information Resistance:

Despite the relative calm in the conflict zone in the Donbas during September 9th, last night Russian-terrorist troops were active again, in flagrant violation of the ceasefire.

At least 5 attacks on the positions of Ukrainian troops were recorded.

In particular, two of the MLRS BM-21 Grad positions were shelled by security forces near the town of Tonenkoe position. Artillery shelled positions near Peski, Avdiivka and at the airport in Donetsk.

There was amarked intensification of movement of Russian-terrorist forces in the rain [districts] of Luhansk, Lysychansk, and Alchevsk.

Also, there is a growing occupational redeployment of Russian forces in the Donbas of fuel and lubricant materials. Fuel tank trucks are imported from the territory of the Russian Federation.

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB

By Dmitry Tymchuk, Head of the Center for Military and Political Research, and Coordinator of the Information Resistance group
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

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