Russia delivers 20 trucks with small arms to Donbas – intelligence

Russia delivers 20 trucks with small arms to Donbas – intelligence

In recent weeks, Russia has delivered 1,200 tonnes of fuel and 20 trucks with small arms to the occupied Donbas.

This was reported by the press service of the Defence Ministry, citing information from the Ministry's Main Intelligence Directorate.

“The Russian Federation continues to supply weapons, military equipment, ammunition, fuel and other military property to the temporarily occupied territory of Donetsk and Luhansk regions through border sections not controlled by Ukraine. During the last two weeks, ammunition, including 152mm and 122mm artillery systems, about 1,200 tonnes of fuel and up to 20 trucks with small arms were delivered by rail and highways to formations and units of the first (Donetsk) and second (Luhansk) army corps of the operational group of the Russian occupation troops from the territory of the Russian Federation,” the report reads.

In addition, according to intelligence information, the enemy is rearming tank and armored infantry units of the first and second army corps.

On the night of Friday, October 30, as a result of targeted shelling by the Russian occupation forces, two Ukrainian servicemen were killed and two more were wounded. The Ukrainian delegation convened an urgent meeting of the security subgroup of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) due to the ceasefire violation.


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