The Ukrainian marine-aerial reconnaissance Kriegsforscher showed new pictures of "cemeteries" of destroyed armored vehicles of the

Russian occupation army.  

He wrote about this on the X social network (Twitter).

The photo of the occupiers' equipment was analyzed by Israel Defense Forces officer Yigal Levin.

He noted that an important detail is the extremely high concentration in these "cemeteries" of old and freelance Russian equipment - T-62 tanks without dynamic protection, BTR-80s that have not been modernized to the BTR-82 level, as well as a huge number of MT-LB, which are used as armored personnel carriers for infantry. 

Destroyed and damaged armored vehicles of the Russian army Photo/X: Kriegsforscher

Destroyed and damaged armored vehicles of the Russian army Photo/X: Kriegsforscher

Destroyed and damaged armored vehicles of the Russian army Photo/X: Kriegsforscher

Destroyed and damaged armored vehicles of the Russian army Photo/X: Kriegsforscher

Destroyed and damaged armored vehicles of the Russian army Photo/X: Kriegsforscher

The military expert also noted that for the first time an attempt was made to install an anti-mine trawl on the MT-LB, although it is usually placed on tanks.

"The Kremlin's bet is to continue the offensive by any forces, regardless of what kind of weapons they have," the expert says.

We will remind,

according to the State Government, Belarus creates problems with weapons for the Russian Federation.