Occupants in Crimea are afraid to move military boats by sea: Atesh showed an iconic photo
The Russian occupation forces stationed in the occupied Crimea are afraid to move military boats by sea, which is why they are forced to look for more difficult ways. The transportation of one of them was recorded from the port of Feodosia deep into the occupied peninsula.
This was reported by the Atesh military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars. "Russians are afraid to move military boats by sea. Agents of "Atesh" recorded the transportation of a military boat from the port of Feodosia deep into Crimea," the movement's Telegram channel said.
The guerrillas added that the exact type of the enemy boat could not be identified due to camouflage.
At the same time, Atesh noted that the Russian invaders fear for their boats even on the eastern side of Crimea.
"And rightly so," the guerrilla movement said.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- Earlier, Atesh showed how the occupiers are moving their Raptor combat boats in Crimea by land, fearing Ukrainian drone strikes. "The Raptors were being transported in the direction of Sevastopol, where they patrol the coast.
- The Odesa Regional Military Command said that Ukrainian Armed Forces Bucephalus kamikaze drones sank three enemy boats in Kherson region.