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Occupiers are setting up military bases on civilian sites in Crimea. Photo and video

The enemy's equipment was spotted in occupied Yalta

Russian occupiers are setting up their military bases on civilian objects in the occupied Crimea, in particular, in Yalta. In this way, they put the civilian population at risk, which is a crime.

This was reported by the guerrilla movement "ATESH" on July 27. The movement's Telegram channel also published photos and videos of Russian equipment (to see them, scroll to the end of the news).

"A source from Yalta reported that the occupiers are equipping their military bases on the territory of civilian facilities, which puts the civilian population at risk, which is a crime. "ATESH records all criminal actions of the Rashists in the temporarily occupied territories", - stated in the message

The guerrillas assured that everyone involved in illegal actions will be punished and will answer for their actions.

Occupiers are setting up military bases on civilian sites in Crimea. Photo and video
Occupiers are setting up military bases on civilian sites in Crimea. Photo and video
Occupiers are setting up military bases on civilian sites in Crimea. Photo and video
Occupiers are setting up military bases on civilian sites in Crimea. Photo and video

 

As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

- Satellite photos with the consequences of the explosions in the village of Vesele in Crimea, which occurred on July 24, appeared in the network. They show traces of a strong fire.

- On July 26, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that all of Ukraine, including Crimea, would be free of the aggressor and advised the invaders to flee to Russia while the Crimean bridge "is still working at least somewhat".

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