He said that the Russian paratroopers discovered the enemy’s fortress and gave its coordinates to the artillerymen. “We worked hard, we did it,” said the agency’s interlocutor.
According to the military, such interaction allows troops to reach new frontiers. “There are no delays anywhere,” the commander added.
And the gunner with the call sign “Givi” said that the senior battery officer receives tasks from the gunners who are on the front line. Each target takes two or three shells.
“The targets are different: equipment, the enemy’s manpower, the enemy’s hidden strength,” Givi added.
Earlier it was reported about the arrival of mercenaries in the LPR, among whom are women. “Most of them are citizens of Poland,” said retired LPR Lieutenant Colonel Andrei Marochko. Additional forces were transferred to Kremennaya.
Meanwhile, Russian paratroopers occupy advantageous positions in the LNR. During the offensive, they use the BMP-2M Berezhok. Since the enemy is very close (the nearest trenches and a fortress are literally 150-200 meters away), you have to work carefully, using armored vehicles if necessary.