The positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine throughout Vuhledar are subjected to fierce bombardment.
After the Russian troops managed to organize an intensive offensive in the Ugledar direction and shift the fighting to the city limits of Vugledar, the positions of the Ukrainian troops in the city began to be subjected to fierce attacks. The corresponding video footage was taken from an unmanned aerial vehicle.
In the video footage of the battles for Vuhledar, you can see the infliction of massive rocket and artillery strikes on the positions of Ukrainian troops. Blows fall on almost the entire territory of Ugledar. This blocks the possibility for the withdrawal of Ukrainian troops and prevents rapid regrouping and re-formation for attacks.
Among other things, experts pay attention to the fact that strikes are delivered from several directions at once, which makes it possible to effectively hit the positions of the Ukrainian army in the city.
On the other hand, Strelkov proposes to mobilize not 500 but 600 thousand Russians.
Igor Strelkov proposed to mobilize 600 conscripts. Igor Strelkov proposed the need for a second wave of partial mobilization, within which, in his opinion, it is necessary to mobilize 600 citizens of the Russian Federation additionally.
According to Strelkov, the additional conscription should significantly strengthen the Russian grouping of troops in the zone of the special military operation.
A few weeks ago, the well-known Russian figure Igor Strelkov (Girkin) proposed the need to mobilize 500 thousand of people. However, Strelkov apparently revised his opinion on this matter and stated that it would be expedient to mobilize 600 thousand of men.
What exactly caused the need to mobilize such a large number of conscripts Strelkov did not explain in detail. However, in Russia, so far, such a possibility is not being considered, which, among other things, was confirmed in the Kremlin during a recent statement by Dmitry Peskov, where it was noted that additional appeal from citizens is not considered.