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Enemy relocating those mobilized from Russia, Belarus training grounds to combat zones, border areas.

The command of the Russian armed forces is strengthening the grouping of troops on the territory of Ukraine by relocating those mobilized from the training grounds of Belarus and Russia to the areas bordering Ukraine.

Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Hanna Maliar announced this at a briefing of representatives of the Defense and Security Forces of Ukraine at Military Media Center, Ukrinform reports.

"The enemy is relocating the mobilized from the training grounds in Belarus and Russia to the combat zone and border areas, and continues to focus the main efforts on Donetsk region. The highest activity of the enemy is observed in the Bakhmut, Lyman and Avdiivka directions," she said.

In addition, Maliar reported that as of January 10, the Russian army included about 280 formations, together with the operational reserve (250 last week). The enemy rotates the units as part of the regional grouping of troops (forces) on the territory of Belarus.

According to her, the situation in the areas of hostilities remains difficult.

"In the absence of the necessary amount of military equipment, the Kremlin actively uses human resources to achieve success on the battlefield," Maliar emphasized.

As reported by Ukrinform, in the temporarily occupied territories of Luhansk and Donetsk regions, Russian invaders register teenagers - children born in 2005-2006 – for the draft.

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