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Large Convoy of Russian Troops Returns to the Ukrainian Capital, Now Disbanded Due to Logistics Problems

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TRIBUNNEWS.COM – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said, Ukraine had reached a “strategic turning point” in the conflict with Russia, Friday (11/3/2022).

However, he said, Russian troops were bombarding cities across the country and appeared to be regrouping for a possible attack in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv.

Reported CNAThe British Ministry of Defense said Russia appeared to be gearing up for new offensive activity in the coming days which would likely include operations against Kyiv.

However, Russian ground forces are still making limited progress, hampered by logistical problems and Ukrainian resistance.

Meanwhile, Ukraine’s general staff said Russian troops were regrouping after suffering heavy losses.

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Large Russian convoy re-deployed near Kyiv

Satellite images taken by a US company of a large Russian military convoy near Kyiv showed they were “largely scattered and displaced”.

The convoy was last seen near Antonov Airport, northwest of Kyiv, and its movement could signal a new push towards the city.

The company that took the photos, Maxar Technologies, said parts of the convoy were in position in the surrounding towns.

The convoy had previously been seen stopping not far from the capital.

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Maxar Technologies released shocking satellite imagery depicting a convoy of Russian military trucks entering the capital Kyiv on Monday (28/2/2022) evening. (Maxar Technologies)

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