Russia deploys Grad-K systems near Horlivka – Ukraine intel
The Russian Federation has deployed Grad-K multiple rocket launchers near the town of Horlivka; it also continues to supply terrorists in Donbas with fuel and ammunition, according to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry.
"Russia has recently delivered from its territory Grad-K multiple rocket launchers (on Kamaz-5350 truck chassis, available only in Russian army), which were observed near Horlivka," the report says.
The intelligence says that the Russian Federation continues delivering ammunition, fuel and lubricants, material and technical means for the needs of the 1st and 2nd Army Corps. In particular, the arrival of trains has been recorded in the following destinations: Debaltseve – 240 tonnes of diesel fuel; Ilovaisk – 120 tonnes of diesel fuel, and five railcars with material and technical resources; Yasynuvata – 320 tonnes of ammunition; Krasnodon – 120 tonnes of diesel fuel and 400 tonnes of ammunition.
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