Today’s OSCE report makes for interesting reading. They spot a total of 284 Russian combat vehicles and artillery.

72 tanks.
52 pieces of towed and self-propelled artillery.
160 armoured fighting and personnel carrier vehicles.

These are all well established Russian bases inside Ukraine, except for Kruhlyk, which is relatively new and situated just outside Debaltseve. Totals match numbers of vehicles/artillery previously seen at these bases. Header picture is not related to this OSCE report, but shows tanks near the village of Ternove, which is the site of Russia’s large military base on the outskirts of Torez.

Watch out for my new video showing satellite images of all Russia’s bases in Ukraine. Will be out next week.

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Just a British chap who doesn't like murdering dictators who go topless.