Occupants are trying to counteract Ukrainian naval drones with Grad, but the plan is a failure - Atesh
Agents of the Atesh military guerrilla movement have established that Russian troops are repelling attacks by Ukrainian maritime drones in Crimea, in particular, with the help of Grad multiple rocket launchers. One such multiple launch rocket system was spotted in the bay of temporarily occupied Sevastopol.
The guerrillas noted that the invaders' plan was a failure. They showed a photo of the Russians' "air defense installation" and the deployment of some ships of the Black Sea Fleet.
According to the observations of Atesh agents in Sevastopol bays, the Russian Armed Forces are using BM-21 Grad and TOR missile systems to repel air and sea strikes of the Ukrainian Defense Forces.
It is noted that the occupiers mainly use 122-mm Grad systems to shoot down maritime drones, which Ukrainian forces aim to destroy the ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
"As practice shows, such tactics do not work more often than vice versa," the guerrillas said of the Russian military's actions.
Atesh showed photos of the ships. Near the Grafskaya pier, the agents spotted a large landing ship, and periodically observed the movement of Russian vessels in the bays and the departure of coast guard boats on patrol.
"We are actively monitoring and continue to pass on the information collected to the Ukrainian Defense Forces to expel the occupiers from the Black Sea and Crimea as soon as possible and completely," the guerrillas said.
As OBOZ.UA reported, on January 27, a series of explosions occurred in Sevastopol, and later a cloud of smoke was seen in the city. The so-called governor "Agent Kolobok" tried to assure Sevastopol residents that the "bavovna" was a planned shooting from grenade launchers of the Russian Armed Forces.