Russia deploys all available equipment near Avdiivka - AFU officer Tsekhotskyi
Serhii Tsekhotskyi, an officer of the 59th Detached Motorized Infantry Brigade, remarked that Russian army is actively probing the defense of the Armed Forces in the Avdiivka direction
He said this on Espreso TV.
"In the Avdiivka direction, the enemy is intensifying its use of Shahed drones, aviation, and artillery. There are attempts to employ tanks, mostly from concealed positions without entering the front line. Continuous assaults by the enemy are happening around the clock. Night attacks, previously dormant, have resumed. The enemy is scouting for vulnerabilities in the Armed Forces' defense," Tsekhotskyi pointed out.
He also mentioned that the adversary is employing drones equipped with night vision technology.
"The Russians have started using UAVs at night. They adapt Shahed drones to the season and time of day, giving the drones different colors. There is a constant introduction of new elements on the battlefield," emphasized Tsekhotskyi.
- Major Maksym Morozov noted that Avdiivka is setting records in eliminating enemy personnel and equipment.
- Yevhen Iyevlev, a military serviceman, highlighted that Russian forces are not only concentrated near Horlivka or Avdiivka but are spread along the entire eastern front.
- In the past day, Ukrainian forces repelled Russian attacks in seven directions, engaging in 91 battles at the front. The Armed Forces successfully neutralized 1,120 occupiers.