The observer suggested that the volunteers would soon acquire heavy equipment and artillery.
The idea of a campaign of fighters from the “Russian Volunteer Corps” and the Legion “Freedom of Russia” to the Belgorod Region is the creation of a buffer zone on the territory of the Russian Federation.
This opinion was expressed by the military-political observer Alexander Kovalenko, noting that the Russian volunteers made their first raid perfectly well, even with limited resources.
“Taking into account the first raid of the RDK and the Legion, which stretched along the front for 40 km and went deep into the territory up to 7 km, it is possible to outline the priority line – the 14K-3 route and its variations, branches and nodes. It is obvious that the RDK and Legion” , despite the limited resource, they cope effectively,” the expert assessed.
Kovalenko expressed confidence that as soon as the RDK and Legion acquire heavy equipment and artillery, the front and depth of operation of these units will immediately change. He has no doubt that the fighters will have everything they need soon.
“It seemed that the depth was not breathtaking, the front, similarly, the“ second army in the world ”should have a resource that allows it to return control to Putin’s criminal regime in these areas, but for days in a row we see that the situation is radically reversed. And, again, this is RDK and Legion haven’t even got tanks yet,” the expert pointed out.
Fighting in the Russian Federation near Belgorod – an ultimatum of fighters
Recall that on June 4, Russian volunteers from the “Russian Volunteer Corps” and the Legion “Freedom of Russia” stated that they had captured two Russian soldiers in the Belgorod region. At the same time, they delivered an ultimatum to the governor of the region, Vyacheslav Gladkov: to come and pick them up.
Reacting to this, Gladkov partially agreed with the demands of the volunteers, changing the place of the proposed meeting.