After APU strike According to the echelon with the equipment of the invaders in the south, British intelligence predicts difficulties with the supply of Russians in the Kherson region using the railway connection with the Crimea. This is reported in Twitter British Ministry of Defense.
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British intelligence writes that as a result of the strike of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the Russian echelon with ammunition in the Kherson region, it is unlikely that the railway link connecting Kherson with the Crimea will remain operational.
Intelligence believes that Russian forces are likely to repair the railway line within a few days, but it will remain vulnerable to them and to supply routes.
It is also noted that Russia is promoting a newly created ferry crossing to replace the broken Antonovsky bridge across the Dnieper River in Kherson for civilian use. However, the Russian army, according to intelligence, will almost certainly use the crossing for the transfer of troops and logistics.
“We are likely to see an increase in the number of civilians trying to leave Kherson and its environs as the fighting continues and food shortages worsen. This will put pressure on transport hubs and routes, which will likely lead to traffic control measures,” the British predict.
- July 29 APU hit the echelon with military equipment, ammunition and manpower of the Russian invaders near Brilevka, Kherson region.
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