The Vineyard of the Saker: Quick update on Debaltsevo

February 6, 2015

Couple of things:

The evacuation of civilians basically failed. First, the buses got stuck and had to wait due to nearby mortar shelling, then only 3 buses (out of 20) were filled with refugees, nobody else wanted to leave and, considering the risks, I don’t blame them.  This is a terrible thing to say, but not boarding these buses today was the prudent thing to do (today, the junta forces fired at refugees near Lugansk).

Now take a look at this map from militarymaps:

Then compare with this one from Cassad:

Do you see what I see?  Check out the two black bars I added to Cassad’s map.  I see that the Debaltsevo cauldron is getting double-locked with a second “lid” near that Svetlodarsk (СВЕТЛОДАРСК) Krasnyi Pakhar (КРАСНЫЙ ПАХАРЬ) line with the bodies of water making things much worse for the junta.

Lot’s of rumors about the Merkel-Hollande proposal, but I rather wait for facts before posting anything about it.

Hopefully, later today.

The Saker

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One Response to The Vineyard of the Saker: Quick update on Debaltsevo

  1. Tan Soo Kiat says:

    Yes, just listen to what these two say after the meeting. Anyway, these two especially the woman who look forward to be the Secretary General, had been changing her words the recent past, cannot act independently. We just pray for the best and prepare for the worst. Not to take their words for granted until after the cheque is cashed and the money in your pocket. The people of Eastern Ukraine, we pray for you.

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