Ukraine's Security Service, Defense Intelligence strike at Russian military facilities in Crimea
In the morning of December 5, Ukrainian special services struck Russian military facilities in the temporarily occupied Crimea using drones
This was reported by Ukrainian media with reference to sources.
According to the sources, the Security Service of Ukraine's drones hit: the Nebo-M radar system near the village of Bagerovo, a helicopter landing site, the P-18 Terek radar system and the Baikal-1M anti-aircraft missile control system near Strilkove.
They added that this was the Security Service's way of congratulating the occupying Russian forces on the International Volunteer Day and reminding them that Ukrainian land would literally burn under their feet.
Also, drones of the Security Service of Ukraine and the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine targeted the an oil terminal in Feodosia.
According to one of the sources, this is an important infrastructure facility that provides fuel to Russian troops.
Although the occupying Russian forces reported shooting down Ukrainian drones, the source assures that the drones hit the target, and the consequences for Russia are quite significant (there are about 30 fuel tanks on the territory of the terminal).
It should be noted that in the morning, the Russian authorities reported a drone attack on Crimea. The Russian Ministry of Defense claimed 41 UAVs attacked the peninsula. There was no information on the consequences. Explosions were heard in Kerch, Feodosia, Sevastopol and Old Crimea.
- On December 1, media reported that the defenses of the Crimean bridge in the form of barges had been seriously damaged by a powerful storm.