40-Mile-Long Russian Military Vehicles Heading Towards Kyiv

40-Mile-Long Russian Military Vehicles Heading Towards Kyiv

  • The Russian military convoy descending on Ukraine’s capital stretches for about 40 miles (64 km), according to Maxar Technologies
  • According to the firm, the picture shows the convoy “contains hundreds of armoured vehicles, tanks, towed artillery and logistics support vehicles
  • It also showed deployments of ground forces and ground attack helicopter units in southern Belarus

In what will send disturbing waves across the world, a satellite images released by Maxar Technologies on Monday, February 28, showed a massive 40+ mile long convoy of Russian military vehicles going to Kyiv.

The images shows the convoy “contains hundreds of armoured vehicles, tanks, towed artillery and logistics support vehicles”, Aljazeera reports.

Russian military vehicles heading towards Kyiv
a massive 40+ mile long convoy of Russian military vehicles snaking along roadways northwest of Kyiv. Photo: CNN
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, CNN reports that Ukraine, northwest of Kyiv, all roads lead to Belarus. The roadway and bridge at Chernobyl — the town, not the failed nuclear reactor — ends in Belarus. Every other major road northwest of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, ends in Belarus, which borders northern Ukraine.

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Putin does not want Ukraine leaning towards the West. In specific terms, he listed his demands in a list of security guarantees that the West has to agree to in order to lower tensions in Europe and defuse the crisis over Ukraine, The Guardian UK reported.

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Among the demands is that Ukraine must not be allowed to join NATO. He also wants any NATO drills near Russia’s border halted. Putin also wants NATO to remove any troops or weapons deployed to countries that entered the alliance after 1997.

Those being indirectly referred to include Poland, the former Soviet countries of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, and the Balkan countries.

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In a related development, the governments of Romania and Hungary have approved visa-free access to all Nigerians coming from Ukraine amid the Russian invasion.

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This good news was made public by the federal government through the ministry of foreign affairs in a statement on Sunday, February 27.

In the statement signed by the permanent secretary of the ministry, Ambassador Gabriel Aduda, Nigerians in Ukraine were advised to flee to the Hungarian Zahony border and Romanian Suceava, Tulcea, Satu Mare County, and Maramures borders.

Source: Legit.ng

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