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ATESH guerrillas recorded hundreds of burnt-out vehicles being transported from Avdiivka to Mariupol. Photos

Russia lost a huge amount of equipment near Avdiivka

Russian invaders are moving burnt-out equipment from near Avdiivka to the temporarily occupied Mariupol. Convoys of tractor-trailers loaded with trucks and armored vehicles are being escorted by representatives of the Russian Federal Security Service in civilian cars.

This was reported by the ATESH military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars. The movement's agents counted at least five hundred pieces of military equipment that were unsuitable for repair.

ATESH guerrillas recorded hundreds of burnt-out vehicles being transported from Avdiivka to Mariupol. Photos

"Our agents observed an endless stream of convoys of tractor-trailers, presumably carrying burnt-out equipment from Avdiivka for disposal somewhere in Mariupol, all day long. The convoys were accompanied by civilian vehicles (Russian FSB). The tractors were equipped with ZiLs, KAMAZs, IFVs, armored personnel carriers and tanks," the statement said.

ATESH added that the movement's agents were able to count hundreds of units of enemy equipment that were visually not suitable for repair.

"If our agents were able to count about five hundred burnt-out vehicles, we can only guess how many are left in the city and in the fields near Avdiivka. Judging by such a pile of scrap metal, we note simply terrible losses of the Russian Armed Forces during the assault, which was characterized by a 'meat' breakthrough," ATESH stated.

ATESH guerrillas recorded hundreds of burnt-out vehicles being transported from Avdiivka to Mariupol. Photos
ATESH guerrillas recorded hundreds of burnt-out vehicles being transported from Avdiivka to Mariupol. Photos

Earlier, it was said that ATESH reported the huge losses of the Russian army in the battles for Avdiivka. The movement is convinced that Russian units will not recover from Avdiivka.

It has also become known that ATESH agents have scouted the route of deployment of Giatsint-B guns in the occupied Crimea. They passed the coordinates and other important information to the Ukrainian Defense Forces.

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