The crossing was built across the Oskol River near the temporarily occupied village of Kupyansk-Uzlovaya.
Russian occupiers completed the construction of a pontoon crossing in the Kharkov region.
This is reported Radio Liberty referring to a photo of the Planet Labs satellite from June 19th.
It was erected across the Oskol River near the temporarily occupied village of Kupyansk-Uzlovaya and can now be used: it was built next to the destroyed railway bridge.
At the same time, military experts claim that active construction and installation work has been completed, and the construction platform itself with boats has already been taken to a safe distance. It should become an alternative to the railway bridge, which is currently not suitable for the transport of goods.
According to journalists, the satellite recorded the process of erecting a pontoon crossing as early as June 3: it began to be built approximately on May 30 or 31.
Also earlier, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that in this region the Russian army “is intensively restoring the transport infrastructure and building pontoon-railway crossings across the rivers in the temporarily occupied territories.”
As UNIAN reported earlier, soldiers of the Special Operations Forces of Ukraine recently showed how destroyed an enemy pontoon crossing in the Luhansk region.