Russian troops move old military equipment from Crimea, probably to Kherson direction
The Atesh guerrillas have recorded the movement of Russian old military equipment: the invading troops are moving it from Crimea, probably to the Kherson direction
This is reported by the Atesh guerrilla movement.
An agent recorded the movement of old heavy Russian military equipment, namely a tank and a fuel truck, on the M17-E97 highway, which runs through the territory of Crimea and Kherson region.
"Probably they are taking it to the Kherson direction. The enemy's panic is growing. They are preparing for a powerful Ukrainian strike in the above-mentioned area of the frontline," the statement says.
The guerrillas noted that they had passed information about the movement of equipment "to the relevant institutions for further liquidation."
- Earlier, the Atesh guerrilla movement reported that it was recording the Russian army's preparations for the defense of the temporarily occupied Mariupol.