Russian troops detain 'spies' daily in Crimea following strikes on military facilities
In occupied Crimea, Russian troops have increased their daily detentions of local residents on suspicion of espionage following a series of strikes on military facilities
The invaders in Crimea
Krym.Realii reported the information.
It noted that on September 29, the Russian FSB announced the detention of a 45-year-old resident of Kerch on suspicion of "espionage.” The man allegedly, on the instructions of the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine, "took photos and videos of the movement of military equipment" and passed this information to a "curator.”
The day before, the FSB also announced the detention in Sevastopol of a man suspected of "high treason."
"He 'evaded mobilization' and went to one of the CIS countries, after which he contacted a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine. Then, "on the instructions of the Ukrainian intelligence", the man got a job building fortifications in Crimea," the Russian representatives claim.
Ukrainian Armed Forces' strikes on the Russian Black Sea Fleet
In September, attempts to destroy the Russian Black Sea Fleet gained momentum. On September 3, the Ukrainian military eliminated a Russian boat in the Black Sea during an attempt to land an enemy landing party, killing six Russian occupiers.
On the night of September 13, Russia accused Ukraine of a massive missile attack on a shipyard in Sevastopol and damaging two ships. Ukrainian intelligence confirmed that a large amphibious assault ship and a Russian submarine were hit. Satellite imagery showed that cruise missiles, presumably Storm Shadow, hit the Minsk large landing ship and, more importantly, hit the Varshavianka Rostov-on-Don diesel submarine. An air attack on an enemy submarine is a rare operation in the history of warfare. The SBU Special Forces shared the details of the operation and the destruction of two Russian vessels.
On September 14, in Yevpatoriya, the Security Service of Ukraine and the Navy conducted a special operation and attacked the Russian Triumph air defense system.
On the evening of Sunday, September 17, explosions allegedly occurred in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol and on Cape Fiolent. The Russian-appointed authorities reported the operation of Russian air defense.
On September 20, the Ukrainian Armed Forces successfully attacked the command post of the Russian Black Sea Fleet near the temporarily occupied Sevastopol.