"The pressure will intensify": British intelligence revealed the consequences of the "bavna" on the railroad tracks in Russia
A series of sabotages on the railroad in Russian regions bordering Ukraine led to local disruptions in the rail logistics of the Russian army. Although repair crews were able to restore service fairly quickly.
However, the recent sabotage will increase pressure on the power structures, which could not and will not be able to fully protect the huge and vulnerable railway network of Russia from new attacks. This was announced by the British Defense Ministry.
The British defense ministry stated that unknown saboteurs have created problems for Russian military logistics using the railroad.
"The recent increase in accidents on the Russian railroad in areas that border Ukraine, linked to sabotage by unknown individuals, has almost certainly led to short-term localized disruptions in Russian military railroad traffic," the statement said.
Although the aftermath of these sabotages could be dealt with fairly quickly, they will increase pressure on the security agencies responsible for security inside Russia.
"Although its railroad military brigades are capable of quickly restoring service, these incidents will increase pressure on Russia's internal security forces, which likely will not be able to fully shield Russia's vast and vulnerable rail network from attack," the British Defense Ministry predicts.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, on May 1 it became known that a train carrying oil products derailed in the Bryansk region of Russia as a result of an explosion, several tanks caught fire.
A train loaded with fuel derailed again in the Bryansk Region on May 2. In the best traditions of modern Russian "newspeak," sabotage was explained as "illegal interference of unauthorized persons.
Earlier, the British intelligence service predicted the consequences of the "bavovna" in the oil depots on the territory of Russia. They lead to the disruption of the network of storage and distribution of fuel. Consequently, the occupiers will have to make adjustments to the refueling operations of the armed forces equipment in order to mitigate future strikes.
The British defense ministry also explained what was behind the dismissal of "butcher" Mizintsev, who served as deputy defense minister of the Russian Federation and was in charge of the bombing of Mariupol last spring. Since Mizintsev had been responsible for the logistics of the Russian occupation forces in Ukraine lately, his dismissal indicates that the Russian Federation has major problems in this area, as well as a deepening confrontation between the various "Kremlin towers.
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