Ukrainian guerrillas spot Russian supply hub packed with military equipment ready for deployment

Military equipment of the Russian army at the training ground in Togliatti
Military equipment of the Russian army at the training ground in Togliatti

ATESH guerrilla movement spotted Russian military equipment being prepared for deployment to Kharkiv front, it is located at a military training ground in Togliatti, the movement reported on Telegram on June 9.

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Dozens of self-propelled artillery systems, trucks and tanks of the Russian army are deployed at the training ground.

“Our agent is conducting a comprehensive reconnaissance of this military unit, studying deployment of air defense systems and obtaining necessary documents,” statement said.

Kharkiv sector situation

General Staff on June 6 announced that during the day, Russian troops launched 20 guided aerial bombs in Kharkiv sector from Russian territory, in particular from districts of Belgorod and Shebekino in Belgorod Oblast.

On the same day, it became known that soldiers of 36th Separate Marine Brigade captured a group of Russians in Vovchansk, Kharkiv Oblast.

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The marines captured the Russians during a counterattack in the town.

Kharkiv governor, Oleh Synehubov, on June 4 said that Russians had set up filtration camps in occupied part of Vovchansk.

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Also on that day,  Khortytsia Strategic-Operational Group of Troops reported that Armed Forces captured about 60 Russian soldiers near Vovchansk.

Nazar Voloshyn, a spokesman for Khortytsia Strategic-Operational Group of Troops, on June 2 said that the Armed Forces controlled 70% of Vovchansk, and heavy fighting was going on in the city.

Oleh Synehubov on June 8 said that Russians reduced activity of assault operations in Kharkiv sector, but continued to regroup and try to advance deeper into the region.

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