Moscow according to British intelligence experts because of explosions at military locations in the occupied Ukrainian city Mariupol worried be. According to the Department of Defense’s daily intelligence update, that’s where it happened since the beginning of February alone 14 explosionsincluding an ammunition depot, two fuel depots and a steel mill used by the military.
Moscow probably did not expect that the Ukrainian army would be able to hit targets in the city, which is 80 kilometers behind the front line, they say. Despite extensive destruction, Mariupol is important for Russia because it is the largest city conquered since the beginning of the war that is still in Russian hands. It is also on an important supply route.
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