As reported by Censor.NET citing Channel 5, this was announced by the Interior Ministry adviser Zorian Shkiriak.
"This night [of March 22 - ed.] I was told that another convoy of about 10-12 tanks arrived to Horlivka again," he said.
According to the Interior Minister adviser, the enemy continues to concentrate its forces in the occupied areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
In particular, the following equipment is being accumulated in cities and villages along the front line: tanks, artillery systems, MLRSes Grad, Smerch, Uragan, the latest Russian systems of anti-air defense, self-propelled guns, as well as significant manning with enemy's personnel, 80% of which consists of contract soldiers and regular units of the Russian army.
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