In the past two weeks, Russia has possible redeployed key models of its airborne forces (VDV) to the Donetsk and Luhansk fronts.
The British Protection Ministry stated this in its intelligence update on Thursday, Ukrinform experiences.
According to the British intelligence, from September to October, most of the severely weakened VDV models had been committed to the defence of Russian-held territory west of the Dnipro River in Kherson location.
“Some VDV units have most likely been reinforced with mobilised reservists. Even though these inadequately trained staff will dilute VDV’s supposedly elite capacity, Russia will possible even now allocate these models to sectors deemed specifically crucial,” the ministry stated.
Likely operational responsibilities for the VDV contain supporting the defence of the Kremina-Svatove space in Luhansk region or reinforcing offensive operations versus the Donetsk region city of Bakhmut.
As Ukrinform reported, the British intelligence previously claimed that Russian troops are most likely to prioritize retaining regulate of the city of Svatove in Luhansk location, as the spot is the invaders’ most susceptible operational flank.
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