Russian equipment spotted in Crimea, might be redeployed to Kherson direction — Atesh movement
Guerrillas of the Atesh movement in the temporarily occupied Hvardiyske, Crimea, have identified the location of Russian equipment that is likely to be redeployed to the Kherson direction
The Atesh guerilla movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars reported the information.
It stated that the movement's agents have recorded the place of unloading "a huge amount" of military equipment. In particular, these are KAMAZ trucks and artillery tow trucks.
The guerrillas believe that this equipment will be used by Russian troops to transfer personnel and Msta-B and Giatsint-B artillery systems to the Kherson direction. They have established the route and time of movement, as well as the amount of manpower.
"We found out the schedule of arrival of these trains and informed the Ukrainian Armed Forces," the movement added.
Earlier, Ukrainian guerrillas conducted a reconnaissance of a Russian airfield near Dzhankoi. They discovered radar stations.