Russia relocates equipment in Crimea due to losses in Zaporizhzhia and Avdiivka - ATESH guerrilla movement
The Russian invaders who temporarily occupied Simferopol are transferring their military equipment due to significant losses near Avdiivka and in Zaporizhzhia region
ATESH guerrilla movement informs.
"Our agents recorded the movement of BMP-3 and BTR-82AM in Simferopol. Due to the heavy losses in Zaporizhzhia region and near Avdiivka, the occupiers are squeezing out all their capabilities to make up for the losses," the statement reads.
They are reportedly delivering a large number of Soviet 2C1 Gvozdika self-propelled guns to Yevpatoria, which are quickly coming under attack on the front line.
"Due to the serious losses in the ranks of the Russian Armed Forces, they are forced to resort to using outdated equipment again. This equipment is not new at all and is far from being adapted for the current hostilities. They are sending their soldiers to use equipment that is likely to break down at the most critical moment. But the Russian regime does not attach much importance to human lives, even the lives of its own citizens," the press service writes.
British intelligence has explained why Russia's railroad network is one of the main targets for Ukraine's strikes. They use the railroad network in their logistics to move manpower and weapons.