Recently, the Russian air force has assembled at the Engels Air Force Base on the Ukrainian border, fearing another air strike against Ukraine.

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The war between Russia and Ukraine continues. As Ukraine enters winter, Russia continues to launch air strikes on the country's energy facilities, which severely damages Ukraine's power supply.

Recently, the Russian air force has once again assembled at an air base on the Ukrainian border, fearing another air strike against Ukraine.

German "Der Spiegel" reported on the 30th that according to satellite images, a large number of bombers and transport planes of the Russian Air Force gathered at the Engels air base on November 28, which was abnormal compared with the original activity of the base. Increase.

Warns that Ukraine may suffer a new wave of air strikes in the next few days.

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It can be seen from satellite images that a large number of TU-160 and TU-95 strategic bombers are stationed at the base, and there are trailers loaded with cruise missiles waiting to be loaded.

There are also many AN-124 and Ilyushin-76 (Il-76) transport aircraft transporting ammunition supplies in the base.

Engels Air Force Base is the closest strategic bomber base between Russia and Ukraine, and is also the base of the 22nd Guards Heavy Bomber Aviation Division of the Russian Army.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky previously pointed out that the Russian army is planning a new wave of air strikes, and emphasized that the Russian army is trying to use "cold" as a weapon against Ukrainians this winter.

The #German magazine Spiegel has published satellite images from the #Russian airfield Engels-2 near #Saratov.



The publication believes that they are preparing for a new missile attack on #Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/SIxJXXnFbb

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) December 1, 2022

It can be seen from satellite images that a large number of TU-160 and TU-95 strategic bombers are stationed at the base, and there are trailers loaded with cruise missiles waiting to be loaded.

(Picture taken from NEXTA Twitter)