Are they afraid of Ukrainian army strikes? The occupation "council of ministers" of Crimea was transferred to "remote control" - Atesh
In the temporarily occupied Simferopol, employees of the occupation council of ministers were transferred to remote work. The same measures were taken in many other bodies of the occupation administration on the territory of the Ukrainian peninsula.
In addition, the occupiers began to take their families outside Crimea. This was reported on Telegram by the military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars "Atesh".
Sources from the Simferopol District Occupation Administration told about the transfer of the occupation "Council of Ministers" to remote work. More than 95% of employees do not go to work.
"The occupiers are well aware of the inevitability of punishment for their crimes. Many of them are already taking their families outside of Crimea," the statement said.
It is also emphasized that the fear of the Russian occupiers demonstrates a realistic assessment of Russian air defense and the ability to hold Crimea. The behavior of the occupation administrations is radically different from their previous statements that the island is allegedly under full cover of air defense systems.
As a reminder, after the strikes on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol, the collaborators suddenly developed a "suitcase mood". Local traitors and Russians who have settled on the Ukrainian peninsula are beginning to think about whether it is time to get out.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian information space was stirred up by the news of the attack on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol on September 22. Z-bloggers began to criticize the Russian authorities.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, on the night of September 25, strong explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. Local residents claim that the explosion was so strong that it was heard even in Bakhchisarai, 10 km from Sevastopol.