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Occupants are moving equipment to Berdiansk direction through Mariupol. Video

Occupants moved military equipment to Berdiansk direction

In the temporarily occupied Mariupol, Russian military equipment was spotted being moved to the Berdiansk direction. This confirms the theory that the enemy has begun to strengthen its units in Zaporizhzhia.

The photo and video evidence was posted on Telegram by Petro Andriushchenko, an advisor to the mayor of Mariupol. He noted that before that, Mariupol Resistance activists had recorded the same equipment in the Voronezh region of the Russian Federation.

Occupants are moving equipment to Berdiansk direction through Mariupol. Video

"At least 17 units of MT-LB in one train and a second full train of trucks," Andriushchenko said.

Occupants are moving equipment to Berdiansk direction through Mariupol. Video
Occupants are moving equipment to Berdiansk direction through Mariupol. Video

As a reminder, on May 20, Ukrainian guerrillas spotted enemy military equipment with new markings in Mariupol . A convoy of six new 40-ton trucks from the Novoazovsk direction was heading toward Berdiansk through the center of Mariupol.

Andriushchenko said that the sign on the trucks looks like a parachute in a circle, but this is the first time this variant has been recorded.

As reported by OBOZ.UA:

- On May 20, a large-scale fire broke out in the center of the temporarily occupied Mariupol. A building in the yard of the Bravo shopping center, where the Eurobud building materials warehouse was located, caught fire.

- The occupiers are agitating parents in the temporarily occupied territories to send their children to military schools. In particular, we are talking about the Mariupol branch of the Nakhimov School.

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