The General Staff released operational information as of six o’clock in the morning on March 30 in regards to the Russian invasion.
According to the report, the armed forces of the Russian Federation moved from the occupied territories of Georgia to Ukraine. The 4th (Tskhinvali district, South Ossetia) and 7th (Abkhazia) units of military bases of the Southern Military District were transferred.
From the 4th military base, three BTGs with a total number of up to 1,200 Russian and Ossetian servicemen were created and sent to Ukraine. Two units from the 7th military base were formed, which is about 800 people.
In the temporarily occupied territories of Zaporizhia and Kherson regions, the enemy continues to commit illegal acts against the locals. In Velyka Bilozerka Russian units are scattered throughout the town and they placed equipment between residential buildings.
In the city of Melitopol the invaders equipped checkpoints on the outskirts of the city and strengthened the bypass regime. The enemy continues to loot the homes and apartments of local residents and detain pro-Ukrainian activists and government officials in Ukraine.
In the temporarily occupied territory of Luhansk region, the occupying authorities plan to hold another wave of mobilization from April 1 this year. It is possible that such efforts will be made in the recently occupied territories of the region.
According to available information, the Russian armed forces continue to have problems with finding servicemen to form the units. The servicemen of the 26th tank regiment and of the 47th tank regiment, who signed contracts, after participating in the war with Ukraine began to submit reports requesting to terminate the contract and to be sent for further service to a permanent location.
The United Forces in the Donetsk and Luhansk areas have repulsed four attacks by the Russian occupiers over the past 24 hours. Our soldiers destroyed 7 tanks, 7 armored units, 2 motor vehicles and an anti-tank gun. The enemy suffered casualties.