Russia restores air defense, electronic warfare in Crimea despite Ukrainian attacks
DeepState co-founder Roman Pohorilyi shares his observations on Crimea, which has turned into a military base
He said this on Espreso TV.
"Unfortunately, Crimea has long since turned into a military base, teeming with various types of weapons and the Russian military. So, perhaps, everything there should be leveled to the ground, not completely driven away, so that it would change, because they are constantly dragging something there, and they have a very large concentration of air defense, aircraft, electronic warfare and other means of defense," explains the co-founder of DeepState.
Pohorilyi explains that after repeated shelling of Russian military targets, the invading forces are still trying to restore air cover, strengthen air defense and electronic warfare.
"This is still happening. It is important to them. Aviation is a big part of their warfare and they would lose quite a lot without it. Therefore, they will do everything possible to use it and have the means and places to do so," he summarized.
- Ukrainian guerrillas of the Atesh movement have uncovered the defense system and discovered the location of the Russian military on the eastern coast of the temporarily occupied Crimea.