Russian munitions depots, radar stations destroyed in January 4 attack on Crimea - intelligence
Ukraine's Main intelligence Directorate reports that as a result of the special operation in the temporarily occupied Crimea on January 4, Russian ammunition depots and several radar stations were destroyed
This was reported by the Main Intelligence Directorate.
Intelligence officers reported that on January 4, 2024, a complex special operation was carried out in the temporarily occupied Crimea. The targets of the attack, conducted by Ukrainian intelligence and the Air Force in cooperation with the Defence Forces, were the positions of the Russian radar stations located at the Saky airfield and an ammunition depot near the village of Hryshyne.
"Russian forces in Crimea have lost ammunition depots and now have less radar stations," the statement says.
The successful fire damage to the Russian ammunition depot in Hryshyne was confirmed by space intelligence data.
Photo: Ukraine's Main Intelligence Directorate
"Information on other losses of Russia in the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea is being clarified," the intelligence added.
- On January 4, explosions were heard in Russian Belgorod and the temporarily occupied Crimea. The occupation authority reported an attack by missiles and drones and the allegedly successful operation of air defence.
- Later, it became known that the Ukrainian military had struck a Russian ammunition depot in Crimea.
- On January 6, Air Force Commander Mykola Oleshchuk confirmed that the Ukrainian Armed Forces had struck the Saky airfield in the temporarily occupied Crimea, where another enemy Russian post was located.