The 810th Marine Brigade from Russia, which was targeted by the Ukrainian Armed Forces in order to avenge the death of Ukrainian soldiers from the 128th Separate Mountain Assault Brigade, lost about 50 soldiers due to explosions on its own mines.
This was reported by Speaker of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Andrey Kovalev, Noting that the leadership of the occupation army has classified maps of minefields in Ukraine, RBC-Ukraine reports.
“In the area of temporarily occupied Krynki, Kherson region, one of the units of the 810th Marine Brigade of the Russian occupation forces refused to carry out the order and storm the positions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. They motivated their refusal by lack of coordination with artillery, bad weather conditions and lack of intelligence data,” – he said, adding that assault operations are also complicated by minefields made by the invaders.
“The maps of these minefields are classified, and information is transmitted to the assault units of the occupiers only in squares and without clear coordinates,” – Kovalev noted.
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