Satellite images show convoys of Russian troops heading to Kharkov

It has been clear for several days that Russian forces are redirecting them. But now satellite images have emerged showing large convoys of Russian troops heading to Kharkov.

Satellite images, collected and analyzed by the private American company Maxar Technologies, show a 13-kilometer military convoy carrying hundreds of vehicles passing through the Ukrainian city of Veliky Birluk bound for Kharkov.

It includes armored personnel carriers and vehicles with artillery.

Major-General Kirillo Budanov, head of the main intelligence service of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, said that Russian forces are regrouping in eastern Ukraine and are planning to advance towards Kharkov.

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It is not yet known when Russia plans to launch a new major offensive. But the forces are said to be approaching quickly and civilians are being asked to leave the area as soon as possible. After what happened in Mariupol and Bucha, more and more residents are responding to those calls.

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