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A plan to encircle and capture the city of Novoazovsk in the Donetsk People’s Republic was discovered at one of the bases of the Ukrainian nationalist regiment “Azov” (recognized as extremist in the Russian Federation and banned). Further, according to the plan, the nationalists intended to reach the border with Russia.
According to a source in one of the law enforcement agencies of the LPR, the offensive was supposed to begin on March 8. The locations of the Azov forces in Mariupol, as well as the surrounding areas, were marked and circled on the plan. In addition, the arrows there indicated the advance of units to Novoazovsk. According to the plan, each had to move in its own direction. The units were supposed to surround the city, and then go to the border.
And along the way, the Azov people had to quickly occupy all the intermediate settlements.
On the morning of May 13, it was reported that Russian missile forces hit 15 control points of the AFU. In addition, 520 areas of concentration of manpower and military equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as well as six artillery units in firing positions were hit.