My apologies, I forgot about the 3 Romanian. I don't think it would have mattered, the Soviets were looking to see where the Romanians, Italians and Hungarians were at. And except for the Italians, the other two are going to be in the South. There is really nothing to put behind them. The panzer units in and behind 9A were for the most part divisions in name only- short on men, tanks and trucks. They were also in the worst possible place to be moved South. It was faster to ship units from the West, Germany and AGN than from AGC since the trains had the longest distance to travel, most traffic to deal with headed west from AGC. The rail line could send 24 trains a day and a division required in excess of 100 trains and lacked sufficient north/south lines. I assume about the same for the south but a better railhead into the Baltic states.