60-kilometer Russian convoy near Kiev dispersed significantly: satellite images

Violetta Orlova 03:43, 03/11/22 UNIAN

Satellite data shows that some elements of the column have “moved” into forests and forested areas.

Russian military vehicles stand on the road in the residential areas of Ozersk, about 40 km northwest of Kyiv / photo: Maxar TechnologieRussian military vehicles stand on the road in the residential areas of Ozersk, about 40 km northwest of Kyiv / photo: Maxar Technologie

New satellite imagery taken Thursday shows a Russian military convoy northwest of Kiev , stretching for more than 64 kilometers, has “largely dispersed and redeployed.”

This is reported by Maxar Technologies, reports CNN .

According to Maxar, satellite imagery shows that some elements of the convoy have “moved” into forests and forested areas near the Lubyanka. Satellite images were taken at 11:37 am Kyiv time on Thursday.

Satellite imagery shows that some elements of the convoy have "moved" into forests and forested areas near Lubyanka, Kyiv regionSatellite imagery shows that some elements of the convoy have “moved” into forests and forested areas near Lubyanka, Kyiv region

Towed artillery and other equipment are hiding in a sparse thicket of trees near the Lubyanka, about five kilometers northwest of the Antonov air base.

In Berestyanka, about 15km west of the air base, several fuel trucks and, according to satellites, what appear to be multiple rocket launchers, are parked in a field near trees.

In Berestyanka, several fuel trucks and, apparently, multiple launch rocket systems, stand in a field near the trees.In Berestyanka, several fuel trucks and, apparently, multiple launch rocket systems, stand in a field near the trees.

Southeast of Ivankov, the end of the 60-kilometer column, a few trucks and equipment can still be seen on the roadway.

Southeast of Ivankov, the end of the 60-kilometer column, a few trucks and equipment can still be seen on the roadSoutheast of Ivankov, the end of the 60-kilometer column, a few trucks and equipment can still be seen on the road

Recall that earlier, near the village of Mokrets in the Kiev region, 7 tanks and 1 BRM were taken from the Russian invaders.

5 comments

  1. Do a deal with the Russian lads, a loaf of bread, some sausages and a crate of vodka for each tank, rocket launcher or other piece of equipment. Perhaps a bus ride back to Belarus too.

  2. The ground is frozen again and a number of vehicles have managed to get repaired and/or refueled. I take it that our hunter destroyer teams will have it easier now to eliminate them one-by-one or group-by-group.

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