As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by chief press officer of the ATO HQ Oleksii Mazepa on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.
According to him, ATO leadership has taken all required measures to prevent cold weather injuries among the military, as well as to supply them with fuel for motorcars and heating.
"As reported by rear services support, the provisioning with warm clothes and boots is 100 percent at the front line," Mazepa said.
Weather forecasts say the temperature in Ukraine will drop to as low as -25 degrees Celsius in upcoming days.
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