In Dzhankoi, the strike destroyed air defense equipment and occupation personnel: bodies were taken out of the military unit all day
A strike on the occupiers' military unit in Dzhankoi on the night of November 24 destroyed a radar station, air defense equipment, and enemy personnel . The bodies of the dead invaders were taken out all day.
This was reported by the Atesh military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars. They confirmed that they, along with the residents of Dzhankoy, were involved in strikes on enemy targets in occupied Crimea last night.
"According to our source from the military unit in Dzhankoi, all vehicles intended for the transportation of the dead have been used to evacuate the bodies since the night before. Separately, the movement of 8-10 hearse trucks with the bodies of 200 people was recorded early in the morning," the statement said as of 20:12 on Friday, November 24.
Atesh recalled that in recent months they have often published information about the locations of Russian air defense, radar and training centers for "mobiks " in occupied Dzhankoi.
" We passed all the information collected from sources in the army and from civilians directly to the 'decision-making centers of Ukraine,'" the movement said.
Atesha also emphasized that they had previously warned the Russian invaders that they should leave the Ukrainian peninsula:
"We warned the occupiers that they had nothing to do in Crimea . Now they will go home in black bags."
As reported by OBOZ.UA:
- Powerful explosions occurred in occupied Dzhankoi on the night of November 24. Local residents reported that there were at least seven explosions, which occurred around 00:20 and 01:40. Ukrainian monitoring channels wrote that Dzhankoy was probably attacked by UAVs.
- The Russian Defense Ministry claimed that "Ukrainian" drones attacked, assuring that "all 16 targets" were "successfully" shot down. The UAVs also allegedly tried to attack a military unit in the Volgograd region of Russia.
- A video of a large-scale fire in the Dzhankoi military unit after the explosions was posted online. No one was allowed on the territory.
- In early November, Atesh reported that a new batch of Russian mobilized soldiers had arrived in Dzhankoi. Among them were many Buryats, Yakuts, Uyghurs and other representatives of Russian national minorities.
- It was noted that in Crimea, the "mobiks " faced inhuman treatment - they were not fed and generally "not considered people."