Russia deploys tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, self-propelled artillery units in Khartsyzk
Ukrainian intelligence has recorded another transfer of military equipment and a large amount of fuel from Russia on the temporarily occupied territory of Donbas, presidential administration spokesman for the Anti-Terrorist Operation Colonel Andriy Lysenko said at a briefing in Kyiv on Saturday, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
"According to intelligence reports, Russia continues to transfer military equipment and ammunition to the temporarily occupied territory. In particular, five trucks carrying ammunition for tanks and 122mm Grad multiple rocket launchers arrived in the town of Sverdlovsk. In addition, railway platforms, which transported six tanks, four infantry fighting vehicles, three 152mm Akatsia self-propelled guns, as well as four tankers with 200 tonnes of fuel and lubricants and rail cars with 160 tonnes of ammunition, arrived in the town of Khartsyzk. Another 300 tonnes of fuel and lubricants were sent to the town of Rovenky in Luhansk region," Lysenko said.