On March 14, the Russian Defense Ministry released a video showing the dlivery of military equipment to forces of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republic.
According to the Russian side, the delivered equipment previously belonged to the Armed Forces of Ukraine and was captured during the military operation.
“Equipment and weapons, both Soviet-made and supplied by Western countries, after checking its technical condition and restoration, are transferred to units of the people’s republics.
In the course of a special military operation, units of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation seized a large amount of captured military equipment of the armed forces of Ukraine,” the description of the video reads.
It is likely that the delivery of these equipment pieces also marks the increase of the direct support of Russian forces to units of the DPR and LPR (including weapon supplies) on the frontline in the region of Donbass.
In the recent statement, the Russian Defense Ministry also reported that Russian units reached the line of Vodyanoe, Sladkoe, Stepnoe, Taramchuk and Slavnoe in the area to the north from the town of Volnovakha, which was previously captured from Kyiv’s forces.
Troops of the Lugansk People’s Republic that previously blocked Severodonetsk from the east and south, have reached the north-eastern outskirts of the city. Clashes are ongoing there.
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