Satellite shows Wagner fortifications near Gorsky in Luhansk region | A PHOTO

Satellite showed Wagnerian fortifications near Gorsky in Luhansk region | PHOTOS

Satellite images from Maxar Technologies show that Russian mercenaries have built a two-kilometer “Wagner Line” near the town of Horske, Luhansk region. This is reported by CNN with a link to photos of Maxar Technologies.

It is noted that the fortifications consist of 4 rows of cement pyramids, which, as the Russians hope, will stop any Ukrainian equipment and tanks from advancing to the east. There is a large ditch behind the anti-tank fortifications.

According to Russian propagandists, this is a “second line of defense” in case the Ukrainian Armed Forces try to break through in this area.

Satellite showed Wagnerian fortifications near Gorsky in Luhansk region | PHOTOS

At the same time, CNN notes that although fortifications can help defend against a frontal attack, nothing prevents Ukrainian troops from simply bypassing fortifications that are only 1.6 km long.

The aggressor's propaganda media also write that the “Wagnerites” will continue construction of its “line” from the Russian-Ukrainian border to Kremennaya and south to Svetlodarsk, which is more than 200 km.

At the same time, additional satellite images reviewed by CNN were not shown along the planned “Wagner line » no other structures.

Satellite showed Wagnerian fortifications near Gorsky in Luhansk region | PHOTO

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