Ukraine’s Volunteer Army’s spokesman names military targets hit in Crimea
Spokesman for the Ukrainian Volunteer Army South Serhiy Bratchuk noted that Ukraine's Armed Forces are destroying Russian air defense systems, logistics, and military infrastructure in the temporarily occupied Crimea
He said this on the Espreso TV channel.
"Yesterday, a Russian command post was hit in Crimea. There are many versions of who could have been hit, I even heard the famous name Gerasimov. This would be good news, but I think it is unlikely to be true. But it is a fact that several high-ranking officers or generals of the Russian occupation army were hit in this command post. As for Uiutne, many ambulances were heading there. There were hits to a military unit of the Russian occupation army, which provided communications for air defense systems. This is the kind of work that is happening all the time. It was really loud. It will continue to be so," Bratchuk emphasized.
According to Ukraine’s Volunteer Army’s spokesman, the Russians said it was the most massive attack on Crimea since the start of the full-scale invasion.
"The planned work of the Ukrainian Armed Forces continues, namely the demilitarization of the temporarily occupied Crimea. It is the air defense systems that are being destroyed, logistics and infrastructure that affect the work of the occupation authorities and the activities of the occupation army in Crimea and our southern directions are being destroyed," Bratchuk said.
- Almost at midnight on January 3, explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. The occupying local authorities stated that a missile had been shot down over the Black Sea.
- On January 4, explosions were reported in the temporarily occupied Crimea in Sevastopol and Yevpatoria: the Armed Forces confirmed the hits, the Russian Defense Ministry reported shooting down 10 missiles.