Russia-Ukraine war: Satellite imagery shows portion of Russian military convoy has dispersed and redeployed
The imagery shows that the convoy has ‘largely dispersed and redeployed’
Troops and military vehicles deployed in Ozera, northeast of Antonov Airport (Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies
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Satellite imagery of a large Russian military convoy taken over the past 24 hours near Kyiv shows that it has “largely dispersed and redeployed.”
The imagery released by Maxar Technologies show that “the large Russian military convoy that was last seen northwest of Kyiv near Antonov Airport has largely dispersed and redeployed,” according to the company, citing their imagery from Thursday morning local time.
“The large Russian military convoy that was last seen northwest of Kyiv near Antonov Airport has largely dispersed and redeployed. Armored units are seen maneuvering in and through the surrounding towns close to the airport, elements of the convoy further north have repositioned and are deployed in forests/along tree lines near Lubyanka with towed artillery howitzers in firing positions nearby,” a company spokesperson said.
The military convoy was previously stalled outside of Kyiv, where U.S. officials said that it was targeted by Ukrainian troops with anti-tank missiles.
Maxar’s satellite imagery also saw damage to commercial and residential property in Kyiv and Chernihiv.
Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs later said that Putin had launched a “full-scale invasion” of Ukraine.
Fox News’ James Levinson and the Associated Press contributed to this report.
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