Russian-appointed authorities realize de-occupation of Crimea is inevitable — Ukraine’s Volunteer Army
The spokesman for the Ukrainian Volunteer Army South, Serhiy Bratchuk, said that the destruction of Russia's military infrastructure in the temporarily occupied Crimea will continue until the peninsula is completely liberated
He told about it on Espreso TV channel.
"As far as I know, the Russians on the TOT [temporarily occupied territories] are intensifying inspections at checkpoints. Closer to Crimea, certain Russian structures have arrived and are checking, including representatives of the occupation authorities. That is all these balances and the company. As for the checkpoints themselves, they are trying to check everything," Bratchuk said.
According to a spokesperson for the Ukrainian Volunteer Army South, Russian desertions have increased on the left bank of the Kherson region.
"The Governor of Crimea, Aksyonov, is really anxious today. He has a military education and is well aware that in any case, the Ukrainian Armed Forces will reach Crimea and liberate the peninsula. The actual explosions in Crimea are proof of this. That is why they are trying to increase security measures and checks. Because they also see the morale of the occupation troops in the Kherson region. They realize that deserters will flee to Crimea," he added.
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