The Russian occupiers transfer artillery units from Crimea to the left bank of the Kherson region
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The Russian occupiers transfer artillery units from Crimea to the left bank of the Kherson region

Army of the Russian Federation
Source:  ATESH

Partisans recorded the transhipment of Soviet self-propelled artillery howitzer 2C1 "Gvozdyka" on the railway in Yevpatoria, temporarily occupied Crimea.

ATESH recorded the transfer of equipment to Crimea

It is noted that a total of 15 units were identified. The equipment is probably headed for the left bank of the Kherson region, where Russia is actively attacking the positions of Ukrainian forces.

Our agents throughout Crimea and the Kherson region will continue to record this echelon. All information will be transferred to the Defence Forces of Ukraine. We are waiting for "roasting", ATESH adds.

The coordinates are 45.214129 and 33.368068.

What is happening in Crimea

In general, explosions are heard more frequently in Crimea, and pro-Ukrainian sentiments are recorded among residents. Our defenders have already conducted dozens of operations on the peninsula and in the Black Sea, destroying Russian bases, warehouses and ships.

In particular, our soldiers are helped by partisans who operate in the temporarily occupied territory.

For example, recently, the underground conducted reconnaissance in the settlement of Azovske in the temporarily occupied Crimea, where they discovered enemy military equipment at the railway station.

In the village of Gvardiyske, Simferopol district, about 30 fuel tanks were recorded, indicating the enemy's probable preparation for large-scale military operations.

Also, representatives of the underground in the temporarily occupied Crimea discovered the location of the "Pantsir-S1" anti-aircraft missile system of the Russian interventionists in Sevastopol near Inkerman Bay. Partisans gave information to the Defense Forces and made the coordinates public.

Before that, the ATESH partisans discovered locations of Russian equipment and troops in Dzhankoy in the temporarily occupied Crimea.

Partisans also made their way to the airfield of the Russian troops in Crimea and discovered the radar stations of the occupiers.

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