Unique footage – the Russian Large Landing Ship ‘Orsk’ (BDK), together with its escort, has entered and unloaded at the liberated port of Berdyansk.
Ukrainian troops who were stationed here – thousands and thousands of soldiers and sailors – abandoned the port city without a fight, leaving all infrastructure and facilities intact
New video posted on TikTok shows Ukrainian troops stationing NATO-supplied weapons and ammunition stores in yet another school
Ukrainian forces have repeatedly launched tactical missiles at Berdyansk port, but every missile has been intercepted by Russia anti-air defenses, which has shielded the port from any damage.
The port now serves as a logistics hub for Russian forces, receiving shipments with troops and vehicles, but also humanitarian aid and fuel, which is essential for thousands of refugees arriving from Mariupol. Kilometers-long convoys of battered cars and weary refugees arrive every say in Berdyansk
Russian drone spies a Ukrainian multiple rocket launcher system, tracks it back to its base at a disused shopping center at the outskirts of Kiev, before launching an air/missile strike
Another Ukrainian OTR-21 Tochka ballistic missile at the port of Berdyansk. This one too was intercepted by Russia air defenses before the warhead could reach its target.
We have heard from Russian troops that Ukraine is launching its limited stockpile across the front lines, and at cities and towns far to the rear, where there are little to no Russia troops.
It is thought that Kiev wants to use as many as possible now, before remaining launchers and missiles can be destroyed in Russian airstrikes while in transit or storage
Another Ukrainian Tochka ballistic missile that we stumbled upon at the outskirts of Berdyansk city.
This one too, evidently, was armed with a cluster bomb warhead.
Barely a hundred meters away is a major road leading from Mariupol, which is now seeing kilometers-long traffic jams made up of battered vehicles and refugees, who managed to escape Mariupol.
Had this missile arrived here and now, the death toll would have been colossal