This is reported by investigative blogger Irakli Komakhidze, Censor.NET reports.
"Social networks and the media provide numerous recent photos and videos reflecting the movement and concentration of Russian troops in the mentioned regions, including a battalion task force redeployed from the Samara to the Belgorod region. Apparently, the Russian command is building up new grouping of invading forces in the Belgorod and Voronezh regions, similar to that in the Rostov region bordering with Ukraine, from where the Russians conducted artillery fire and under whose cover they sent the first echelon of "volunteers" with "store-bought" weapons, followed by regular troops into Ukraine," Komakhidze notes.
"The latest terrorist attack in Kharkiv indicates Russia's intention to prepare grounds for invasion, to destabilize the region, and sow panic," the blogger writes.
"The news from the Azov direction are not comforting either. The transfer of Russian military equipment and weapons, including heavy MLRS is underway in the direction of Novoazovsk from the Rostov region. At the same time there is an intensification of the subversive groups and artillery shelling in Mariupol and the surrounding area. In occupied Crimea, on the northern administrative border, where, according to our information, a rotation of 382nd marine battalion has been conducted, there is a redeployment of fresh forces," Komakhidze concluded.