Russian forces in Crimea face unprecedented failures - Ukraine's top security official
In the temporarily occupied Crimea, Russian troops are suffering setbacks "that they have never seen before." In particular, it concerns the Black Sea Fleet
Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Secretary Oleksiy Danilov said this on Ukrainske Radio.
According to Danilov, the Defense Forces respond to the Russia troops every day and inflict significant losses on them. It is not only about losses that occur directly at the front line.
"As for the Crimean peninsula and the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation, believe me, the Russians have never seen such a defeat as they are suffering there in their lives," Danilov said.
According to him, Ukraine is neither going to surrender nor sign any capitulations.
"The President of Ukraine states that we will continue our struggle. We are not going to stop. Zelenskyy is focused on victory. And it is very important for everyone to understand that we are not going to surrender or sign any capitulations," the NSDC Secretary added.
On November 2, the Russian Defense Ministry reported an alleged attack by 6 drones on the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimea.