Russian army under fire in Dzhankoy, Crimea: there will be more explosions
Serhiy Bratchuk, spokesperson for Ukrainian Volunteer Army Pivden, discussed the recent attack on a Russian military facility in Dzhankoy
He shared his insights during an interview on Espreso TV.
Bratchuk stated, "Our partisans have confirmed the details of the attack in Dzhankoy. These individuals have been monitoring Crimea since 2014. I anticipate more such incidents in Dzhankoy. The city has evolved from a transit point to a critical military hub in northern Crimea and the occupied peninsula. That's why we can expect more explosions in Dzhankoy."
He highlighted ongoing activities in the area, indicating that appropriate measures are being taken, and efforts are underway to identify those responsible for leaking information.
"We know almost all military facilities in the temporarily occupied Crimea. The key lies in the timing and execution of operations. We understand the seriousness of these actions. Operations are meticulously planned to ensure 100% effectiveness, as seen in the aftermath of this strike. Despite the approaching winter season, we anticipate more significant actions like this," Bratchuk concluded.
- On November 24, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported a drone attack in Crimea. Initially, they mentioned up to ten explosions in Dzhankoy.
- However, the Crimean Partisans Telegram channel wrote that the explosions in Dzhankoy targeted Russian military units, air defense systems, radar, and personnel.
- Later, the Atesh resistance movement claimed that the November 24 attack on a Russian military unit in occupied Dzhankoy caused significant losses for Russia.
"Our source from the Dzhankoy military unit revealed that vehicles for transporting the deceased have been constantly in use since the night of the attack. Early in the morning, 8-10 vehicles transporting bodies were observed," stated Atesh.
The partisans, working with Dzhankoy residents, participated in these night strikes against enemy targets on the peninsula.