US-based company Maxar Technologies announced that Russia’s military convoy that declared war on Ukraine is more than 40 miles (64 km) in length, according to new satellite images.

The Russian army, which started a military operation in Ukraine at the instruction of Russian President Vladimir Putin, is in conflict with Ukrainian forces at various points in the country.

Satellite images of the Russian army’s military shipment to Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, continue to leak to the media.

CONVOY IS 64 KM LENGTH

Maxar Technologies, which previously stated that the length of the Russian convoy was 17 miles (27 km), reported that the Russian military convoy reaching near Kyiv was actually longer. The company announced that the length of the convoy, consisting of armored vehicles, tanks, towed artillery and other military vehicles, was more than 40 miles (64 km).

The company, which presented the new images it obtained during the day, noted that the convoy stretched from Antonov Air Base, 27 miles (43 km) from Kiev, to the north of the Ukrainian city of Prisbyrsk.

Satellite image shows Russian troops approaching Kyiv

SMOKE RISES FROM HOUSES WHERE THE CONVOY IS PASSING

The company said that in the north and northwest of Ivankiv, smoke was seen rising from many houses and structures near the roads on which the convoy was traveling, but it was not clear what caused it.

Satellite image shows Russian troops approaching Kyiv

RUSSIAN FAILS WITH UKRAINE’S RESISTANCE

The war between Ukraine and Russia continues on its sixth day. It is stated that the Russian troops, which have not yet captured a city center and are on the way to occupy Kiev, are facing great resistance from the Ukrainian army.

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