By Olafimihan Oshin, The Hill
New satellite images by Maxar Technologies collected over the weekend show an apparent shift in Russia’s military deployment around Ukraine as officials continue to warn about an impending invasion, according to The New York Times.
Some smaller deployments are now visible with several units shown to be on training grounds or outside of bases.
Most of the locations are in Russia’s Belgorod area, which is 25 miles from Ukraine’s boarder in western Russia. Images also showed a helicopter landing site being established in the last two weeks.
Analysis by Maxar cited by the Times indicate that units and equipment at a military garrison near Valuyki have left.
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