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Dozens of cameras around the perimeter: Atesh agents reconnoitered the oil depot in Dzhankoy. Photo

Atesh agents reconnoitered the oil depot in Dzhankoy. Source: Atesh

Activists of the resistance movement have discovered one of the largest oil depots in the temporarily occupied Crimea. The enemy facility is located in Dzhankoy.

It is noteworthy that the invaders are trying to carefully guard the territory of the oil depot. This was reported on Telegram by the military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars "Atesh".

For many months, since the end of last year, agents have been conducting reconnaissance and surveillance of the oil depot. The activists recorded the logistics routes and equipment used by the Russian occupiers to transport oil products.

In addition, the territory of the oil depot is completely fenced and constantly patrolled. The Russians have also installed dozens of cameras around the perimeter.

"They are installed both in prominent places and in points for hidden video recording, which demonstrates how much the occupiers value this facility," Atesh agents report.

According to the resistance activist, the information about the oil depot was handed over to the Ukrainian Defense Forces a long time ago. The coordinates of the facility were also published online: 45.689880, 34.369375.

Dozens of cameras around the perimeter: Atesh agents reconnoitered the oil depot in Dzhankoy. Photo
Dozens of cameras around the perimeter: Atesh agents reconnoitered the oil depot in Dzhankoy. Photo
Dozens of cameras around the perimeter: Atesh agents reconnoitered the oil depot in Dzhankoy. Photo

As a reminder, the Russian occupiers have begun to protect their oil refineries from drone strikes. The enemy is covering the fuel tanks with nets known as "grills". However, the attack on the Slavyansk-EKO refinery in the Krasnodar Territory showed that such structures did not help the invaders.

Earlier it was reported that on the night of April 28, explosions occur red in Dzhankoy and on Cape Tarkhankut in the temporarily occupied Crimea. The attacks were likely targeted at Russian units and air defense systems.

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