Russian forces mass around Avdiivka, have no 'shell hunger'
Vitalii Barabash, head of the Avdiivka Military Administration, says invading Russian forces have no problems with ammunition or personnel
He said this on Espreso.
“There are a lot of enemy forces around Avdiivka. There is no exact number to give, but there are a lot of them. They have no problems with ammunition or personnel. Lately, they have not been moving much equipment, although they have it, but not so much. The enemy doesn't have this ‘shell hunger’, as some experts say,” the head of the Avdiivka Military Administration commented.
Vitalii Barabash added that sometimes he would like to invite such experts to Avdiivka and Bakhmut so that they know better what to say.
“Bakhmut, Avdiivka, Lyman – the enemy does not have a ‘shell hunger’ in these towns. Let me give you some examples: a few days ago, Avdiivka was shelled more than 250 times, Bakhmut - more than 300 times, and Lyman – more than 600 times. So what kind of shell shortage can we talk about?” Barabash said.
On March 17, the Russian forces attacked Avdiivka more than 15 times, said Vitalii Barabash, head of the Avdiivka Military Administration.