Russia failing to solve logistical obstacles in providing its frontline units, Ukrainian intel says
28 May, 2022

The commanders of the occupying logistics units forbid drivers to evacuate the wounded and bring food and fuel to forward-deployed units, the Main Intelligence Directorate under the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine reports.

Thus, the command of the Russian troops wants to dodge responsibility for the loss of equipment. More than 3,000 logistical vehicles of the occupying army continue to be stored at permanent locations.

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the Russian logistics troops have already involved more than 45% of the available vehicles.

However, it turned out that the entire logistics scheme of the Russians is unable to meet the needs of a significant number of troops at a distance of more than 100 kilometers from its own border, according to intelligence.

They add that as of the 94th day of the invasion, the Ukrainian military has already destroyed more than 2,200 vehicles and grounds tankers of the occupiers.