Russia strengthens railroad protection in occupied Crimea through sabotage - Atesh
The Russian army is strengthening the protection of railroad trains in the temporarily occupied Crimea: additional security measures are being taken on the railways in Feodosia, Simferopol, Dzhankoi and Kerch
This is reported by the military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars Atesh.
"The invading Russian forces are strengthening the protection of railroad trains due to constant sabotage. In recent days, there have been reports of additional security measures introduced by the Russian transport police in a number of cities and towns: Dzhankoi, Kerch, Feodosia and Simferopol," the statement says.
Traffic agents inform that the Russian troops are mobilizing additional personnel to provide escorts for cargo and passenger trains. At the same time, security measures have also been strengthened in the technical sector: operatives are constantly on duty there.
"An enhanced regime of service has also been introduced at the Simferopol station, with special attention to the control of photo and video recordings," the guerrillas said.
According to the Atesh movement, security measures have been tightened due to "constant sabotage" and attempts to violate the security of railway facilities.
"The security measures demonstrate the invading forces' serious concern about the safety of rail transportation and emphasize the importance of ensuring the stability and reliability of the transport infrastructure in the region," the movement said.
The British Defense Ministry believes that the Crimean bridge remains a vital link in supporting Russia's occupation of Crimea and its forces in southern Ukraine. Meanwhile, Russia is not confident in protecting the bridge because of Ukrainian inventions.