The raids into the Belgorod region by military units of the "Russian Volunteer Corps" and the "Freedom of Russia" legion, which are fighting against Putin's regime with weapons, indicate attempts to create a so-called "buffer zone" on the territory of the Russian Federation.

This opinion was expressed on his Telegram channel by military expert Oleksandr Kovalenko.

He noted that Russian volunteers go 3-7-10 km deep into the territory of the Russian Federation, which allows "with the least losses, but with the maximum result to act in small groups with limited fire potential."

"Taking into account the first raid of the RDK and the "Legion", which stretched along the front for 40 km and goes deep into the territory up to 7 km, it is possible to outline the priority line - the 14K-3 route and its variations, branches and nodes," suggested Oleksandr Kovalenko.

The expert noted that despite the limited resources, Russian volunteers effectively cope with this task, not allowing the soldiers of the Putin regime to regain control over these areas.

"As soon as the RDK and Legion are equipped with heavy equipment and artillery as a permanent component, the front and depth of operation of these units will immediately change. Given the successes of the RDK and the Legion, as well as captured Russian equipment, I think they will soon have everything they need," Kovalenko suggested.

Recall that in the Belgorod region, the armed forces of the Russian Federation are increasing resistance to the operation of the "Russian Volunteer Corps", which is fighting against the Putin regime in Russia. As the Chief of Staff of the RDK Alexander with the call sign "Fortune" reported the day before, the Russian army does not control the district center of Shebekino.

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