Crimea's partisans spot 30 fuel tanks on railroad, suspect preparations for military operations
In the temporarily occupied Crimea, guerrillas located about 30 tanks with fuel at the railway station in Hvardiyske, Simferopol district
The Atesh military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars reports.
"This indicates preparations for large-scale military operations that require a large amount of fuel," the post says. In addition, Atesh notes that in recent days there have been "strange events related to the upcoming regular mobilization."
"At the railway stations in Dzhankoy, since the very morning, there has been a Rosgvardia vehicle picking up the mobilized people. Special vehicles and military police control the process. However, there is no military equipment on the railroad tracks," the statement says.
At the same time, there is no longer any accumulation of equipment in Pushkin, which was previously spotted by guerrillas. Atesh adds that, according to local residents, the location was temporary, and the equipment was moved in an unknown direction. According to the guerrillas, this is a normal movement of forces and equipment.
- Earlier, Ukrainian guerrillas reconnoitered the occupiers' airfield near Dzhankoy and discovered enemy radar stations.
The Atesh movement guerrillas also successfully observed the movement of a Russian anti-aircraft system in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol in Crimea.