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Tens of thousands of Russian troops in an eight mile convoy are moving in to eastern Ukraine and are expecting ‘big battles’

by LLB political Reporter
11th Apr 22 11:59 am

Eastern Ukraine are preparing for “big battles” as tens of thousands of Russian troops have been detected.

Satellite imagery firm Maxar Technologies shared images which shows a convoy moving through the town of Velykyi Burluk, near Kharkiv.

The convoy which stretches 8-miles have many armoured vehicles with artillery along with of tens of thousands of Russian troops heading towards Luhansk and Donetsk regions in eastern Ukraine.

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To date Russia has failed in their “special military operation” and Moscow are desperate for a victory so they can justify the invasion, with Russian commanders believing their best chance to succeed is in the East.

Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhaylo Podolyak said on Sunday evening, “Ukraine is ready for big battles.

“Ukraine must win them, including the Donbas. And once that happens, Ukraine will have a more powerful negotiating positions.”

US national security adviser Jake Sullivan said last week, “Russia has tried to subjugate the whole of Ukraine, and it has failed.

“Now it will attempt to take parts of the country under its rule. It may succeed in taking some territory through shear force and brutality.

“But no matter what happens over the coming weeks, it is clear that Russia will never be welcomed by the Ukrainian people.

“Instead, its gains will be temporary as the brave Ukrainian people resist Russian occupation and carry on the fight for an independent sovereign nation that they so richly deserve.”

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