The Russian occupiers dug a network of trenches along the left bank of the Dnieper. The satellite video was posted on Twitter by OSINT analyst Brady Efrick.
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“Russian troops in Ukraine have built a network of trenches along the left bank of the Dnieper,” the report says.
The OSINT analyst also maps information obtained from satellite imagery onto the map. According to him, the situation with the Russian trenches should now look like this:
On April 7, the Center for Journalistic Investigations found on Sentinel-2 satellite images that one of the lines of defense of the Russians in the temporarily occupied territory of Zaporizhia stretches continuously for a distance of more than 70 km.
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The speaker of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Dmytroshkivskyi, confirmed the information about the “trench record holder”. According to him, he appeared because of the Russians’ fear of a future counteroffensive by Ukrainian forces.