A video has appeared in open sources showing that russia’s T-62M tanks some of which are equipped with barbecues grills passed near the village of Vrubivka near Severodonetsk.
Interestingly, these rare combat vehicles formally belong to units "1st and 2nd Army Corps" formed in the occupied Donbass, says InformNapalm.
Judging by this footage, the russian occupiers near Sievierodonetsk are trying to recreate the “Syrian” tactics of using "assault tanks" against infantry in street fighting.
Considering that such tactics were used only against irregular formations, the occupants might not have enough T-62M tanks for a long time to storm the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Sievierodonetsk.
It is worth paying attention that these archaic T-62M’s in the Kherson region also use parts of the “1st and 2nd Army Corps” formed in the occupied Donbass.