Satellite images show fresh developments around Ukraine
According to US-based Maxar Technologies, recent satellite imagery shows Russia’s military activities in multiple locations in Belarus, the attached Crimea region of Ukraine, and western Russia.
Satellite images taken this week show military activity in multiple locations in Belarus, the attached Crimea region of Ukraine, and western Russia near the Ukrainian border, US private companies said.
U.S.-based McDonald’s Technologies, which has been tracking Russian military buildup for several weeks, showed on Friday the image shows a recent helicopter deployment consisting of both military transport and ground attack helicopters at multiple locations near the border. Said that.
The image also shows the recent deployment of additional ground attack aircraft, air defense units, and drone equipment.
Reuters couldn’t independently see what was displayed in the image.
Over 50 helicopters arrive in Belarus
US President Joe Biden said on Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to invade Ukraine and is spreading false information to make an excuse for a possible military attack in the next few days. Russia has stated that it has no such intentions and has accused the West of irresponsible horror.
McDonald’s said the image showed that a large-scale new deployment of at least 50 helicopters had arrived in northwestern Belarus.
A new helicopter unit consisting of tanks, armored personnel carriers, and support equipment and a battlegroup deployment were deployed at an airfield about 16 kilometers (9.9 miles) from the Ukrainian border, the satellite company said.
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The US Government has an image contract with a commercial satellite company as a supplement and to reduce the burden on the image acquisition system required for other top priority information.
Commercial satellite imagery, as a snapshot of time, does not provide clear evidence of exactly what the Russian army is doing or why.
“You can see something at a base that looks like a base with a lot of activity,” and comes to some broad conclusions. “But it requires much more information in terms of what is going on there, and what the unit is,” said the commercial to study nuclear weapons development in China and elsewhere. Hans Kristensen, who analyzed satellite images extensively, said. Nuclear Information Project of the American Federation of Scientists.
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