The Russian occupiers began to amass large reserves in the direction of Vuhledar. They transfer them from the Zaporozhye or Kherson regions and partially from Russia.
This was announced within the framework of the Espresso TV channel by the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko.
"The enemy is moving military equipment across the fields, and this is quite unusual. We attribute such actions to the fact that in this way the occupiers are transferring equipment that was under repair in the Novoazovsk district, there are enough repair bases there. Today, another convoy with tanks and infantry fighting vehicles was seen in Mariupol, which drove through the city center on tractors. It seems that the Russians are accumulating forces in the Maryinka-Vuhledar area in order to create another point of attack and resumption of hostilities there," Petro Andriushchenko stressed.
He also added that the occupiers stopped the construction of the railway in the area of the village of Hranitne, which is located near Vuhledar.
"Given that there are currently no such active hostilities as near Avdiivka in Vuhledar, but seeing active preparations from the invaders, it is quite possible to expect that in the near future we will hear about Vuhledar again, in terms of the Russian offensive," Andriushchenko stressed.
Recall that in Mariupol, homeless animals massively attack local residents.