The ATESH said that its agents had identified the place where the Russians had deployed military equipment at the Ostryakove station in the village of Hvardiyske – up to ten units of automotive equipment were spotted.
The movement stated that the occupiers continue to use civilian infrastructure, placing their equipment at railway stations, for dispersal and operational loading onto cargo platforms.
The coordinates of the site: 45.114826, 35.026999.
Ex-CIA chief of Russia operations Steve Hall said Sunday he thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin is proving to his doubters that he was right to expect the United States to lose its “nerve” and eventually stop aiding Ukraine as Russia presses forward in its war. “This has been a very good couple of weeks for…
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