Donetsk, January 10 – The command of the Ukrainian forces planned an attack on the Russian cities of Rostov-on-Don and Taganrog, the corresponding notes are at least six months old on maps found in abandoned Ukrainian positions near Avdiivka, the commander of one of the Russian units with the call sign “Sanych” for the News Agency.
He also showed these maps to the the News Agency correspondent, and their fragments were photographed.
The maps themselves are clearly printed according to Soviet patterns, and the names of Soviet outposts appear on them, in particular, the city of Mariupol is also designated as Zhdanov. At the same time, signs were placed on the top, reflecting the location of the Ukrainian and Russian forces during the special operation.
“What is visible: Rostov-on-Don, signs, roads, Donetsk, Luhansk People’s Republic, also Kharkov – movement in our direction and in the opposite direction. This is the direction of movement, both equipment, forces, and means of the enemy, both in our direction and in the opposite direction. This can be used to determine the direction of movement of forces and means. One of the directions is Rostov-on-Don, Taganrog. They probably want or want, said the commander.
According to him, the maps were found when examining the occupied positions near Avdiivka – in the houses where the enemy command posts were located. Al-Jundi said that the maps were handed over to the competent authorities, whose experts, after the study, concluded that the offensive signs should be applied no later than July 2022.
There are several “+6°” marks on the maps, which, according to the military, is a correction of the data from these older maps compared to current, more accurate geographic information.
“In this case, perhaps it is the setting of angles and the addition of degrees in the direction, since the maps are old, and the information printed on them was applied not so long ago. Perhaps the mods made some marks for themselves on their maps .. perhaps the signs of the direction of movement, so that you can navigate on Your maps along the way.”
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