"Crimea will be Ukrainian": Special Forces landed on the peninsula and struck at the enemy. Video
The Special Forces of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine landed in the occupied Crimea again. They inflicted fire on the Russian occupants.
The special operation was carried out by the fighters of "Stuhna" and "Bratstvo" as part of the Main Directorate of Intelligence's Special Forces unit Timur. The video of the operation was shown in the military intelligence (to watch it, scroll down to the end).
"The Stugna and Bratstvo special forces as part of the Timur special forces of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine landed on the territory of the Crimean peninsula and inflicted fire on the Moscow occupiers," the statement said.
The published footage shows the special forces sailing in several boats to the coast of the temporarily occupied Ukrainian peninsula. Not far from the shore, they jump out of the boats and go ashore.
Having already completed the task, the special forces unfurled the Ukrainian flag with the Main Directorate of Intelligence symbols in the occupied peninsula and reported on the successful completion of another special operation.
"Crimea will be Ukrainian - or deserted!" the soldiers assured.
At present, military intelligence has not said when exactly the operation took place or where exactly the landing took place. At the same time, it is not yet known what losses the Russian occupiers suffered as a result of the daring landing of Ukrainian special forces.
In particular, the Stugna battalion noted that they "landed on the territory of the Crimean peninsula and poured lead on the Moscow occupiers." The version of the video of the operation that appeared on the battalion's Facebook page also contains two photos that presumably depict the soldiers involved in the nighttime "raid."
This is not the first successful operation of the special forces unit led by the commander with the pseudonym "Timur". In particular, he personally participated in the liberation of Zmiiny. In particular, a group led by "Timur" raised flags on the liberated island, the largest of which was placed on the edge of the island from the occupied Crimea.
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