Occupied Mariupol seeing movement of Russian military equipment, says mayoral advisor
Another movement of equipment with manpower and small artillery is recorded (Photo:Andriushchenko/Telegram)
The movement of Russian military equipment has been recorded in the occupied city of Mariupol, the city’s mayoral advisor Petro Andriushchenko said in a Telegram messenger post on Nov. 9.
He said, believes this is because the Russians aim to reinforce their fortified positions.
“It’s a morning of fuelling lorries in Mariupol,” he said.
“Mass convoys of fuel trucks marked ‘V’ are moving through the city toward Novoazovsk. For refuelling.”
According to Andriushchenko, another movement of military equipment with manpower and small artillery toward the city’s Livoberezhnyi district was recorded.
“Perhaps this is due to the strengthening of fortified positions outside the city from the north, near the village of Sartana,” he said.
Andriushchenko reported on Nov. 8 that the first Russian ships with cargo of dual and military purposes had entered the port of Mariupol.
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