Breaking: Satellite Photos Capture 3-mile-Long Russian Military Convoy on Way to Kyiv
"Maxar identified fuel and logistical trucks, in addition to tanks, infantry vehicles and self-propelled artillery moving in the convoy," a report said.
Kyiv: As stories of valour and courage of Ukrainian fightback to Russian advances continue to dominate headlines, recent satellite photos captured by Maxar technologies show that a 3-mile-long Russian convoy was on route Kyiv, the capital.
“According to Maxar, the convoy was seen on satellite images on Sunday around 10:56 a.m. local time on the P-02-02 road near Ivankiv, which is about 40 miles (60 kilometers) northwest of the Ukrainian capital. The P-02-02 road goes toward Kyiv,” CNN reported.
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“Maxar identified fuel and logistical trucks, in addition to tanks, infantry vehicles and self-propelled artillery moving in the convoy,” the report said.
Meanwhile, Kiev is still under the control of Ukrainian forces, the Kyiv City State Administration said in a statement.
“The situation in Kiev is calm, the capital is completely controlled by the Ukrainian Army and Defense. There were several clashes with sabotage groups during Saturday evening,” said Mykola Povoroznyk, first Deputy Head of the administration.
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