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 Dozens of vehicles and 11 cars full of ammunition arrived in Donbas from Russia in addition to "humanitarian aid convoy" - InfoResist

About 28 trucks and eight more units, identified as special purpose equipment, were recorded entering occupied areas of Donbas from the Russian Federation (besides vehicles from the so-called humanitarian aid convoy) over the past 24 hours.

Dmytro Tymchuk wrote on Facebook citing the Information Resistance group situation report, Censor.NET informs.

According to him, the major part of the equipment moved by the 'northern' route - through Alchevsk, Debaltseve, and Yenakiieve.

"Part of the convoys was recorded in the area between Krasnyi Luch and Debaltseve. Two convoys (consisting of six and seven covered military trucks) were spotted near Shakhtarsk. In addition, the redeployment of construction equipment through Stakhanov and Alchevsk to the forward positions of the militants near Bakhmutka road (a road scrapper, an earth-mover, and two excavators, which moved towards militants' positions both as parts of supply convoys and independently) was registered," he wrote.

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In addition, he noted that the train consisting of 11 cars full of ammunition and partially food and equipment arrived to the entry lines of the Debaltseve railway station where temporary drop-off point was equipped.

The survivability operations conduction on the Russian-terrorist forces' positions near the village of Krymske and at Artemivsk direction was also recorded.

 
 
 
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