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Dnipro-1, one of Ukraine’s many pro-government volunteer regiments, today released a video compiling drone footage of a Russian military camp just south of the village of Sontsevo in the Donetsk region....
Two drone flights were made over the same area, two weeks apart. Over that time, the camp grew from a small collection of tents and engineering vehicles into a fully-fledged forward operating base (FOB), complete with tanks, communications equipment, personnel quarters and even new roads.
What’s significant about where this Russian FOB is located is that it’s sandwiched between (Ukrainian-held Volnovakha) and (separatist-held) Telmanovo, and would therefore play a lead role in any forthcoming Russian offensive on Mariupol,...
We can now see at least nine T-72 tanks, one of which is equipped with mine-clearing gear, and several fuel bowsers, some of which are parked in protective dugouts. At least one communications vehicle and an anti-tank gun can also be seen. Tents for accommodation, meetings, and cooking are laid out across the camp....
The rapid development of this base suggests the time for such an attack may be drawing nearer....
2 weeks ago
and the latest photo
Clearly Putin hasn't the slightest intention of stopping. This is a serious investment in time, machinery, and money.
I know somebody who has just been sent to Volnovakha. I'm a bit more worried for him now, and his family.
But Ukrainians will fight to the death against Putin's regime, that is for sure.
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