Partisans in Crimea record move of decommissioned Soviet howitzers
Partisans of the Atesh movement recorded the relocation of decommissioned Soviet D-20 howitzers in the village of Hvardiyske in the Simferopol district of the temporarily occupied Crimea
This was reported by the Atesh partisan movement.
It is noted that one of the partisan agents in Hvardiyske discovered the transportation of Soviet D-20 (2A33) howitzers removed from conservation.
"It is noteworthy that the D-20 (152 mm) gun in its D-22 modification is used on the 2S3 Acacia self-propelled artillery systems, the destruction of which has become very frequent at the front," the guerrillas said.
According to their information, other guns and equipment have also been moved to the Ostryakovo railway station over the past two weeks on the route to Dzhankoy. The partisans assume that the equipment is being moved to Melitopol in the Zaporizhzhya direction.
"Crimean hospitals are filled with wounded from this direction," the movement added.
- Earlier, agents of the Atesh partisan movement discovered a secret military depot of Russian troops near the temporarily occupied Simferopol. It was set up in an abandoned vegetable warehouse in a rock.