Occupiers in Crimea install additional surveillance cameras to detect guerrillas - National Resistance Center of Ukraine

In Crimea, the occupiers are trying to fight the partisans
In Crimea, the occupiers are trying to fight the partisans

The Russian occupiers are installing more surveillance cameras in temporarily occupied Crimea to combat the partisan movement. In particular, they plan to intensify surveillance of the railroad.

The invaders hope that in this way they will be able to prevent sabotage. This was reported by the state-run National Resistance Center on its official website.

The Ukrainian underground in Crimea became aware that the enemy had begun installing cameras along the railroad tracks.

"This was a reaction to the successful actions of local guerrillas, in particular from the Atesh movement," the National Resistance Center of Ukraine pointed out.

For example, at the end of February 2023, unknown heroes blew up a track in the Bakhchisarai district, which halted traffic. The occupants first glossed over the event, and then tried to explain the damage by allegedly "passing a heavy vehicle"

In addition, the enemy intensified checks on the "disloyal population". The National Resistance Center of Ukraine urged patriots to delete information from their phones that could harm them and to be careful.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

- Kyrylo Budanov, head of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Defense Ministry of Ukraine, stated that the counteroffensive of the Defense Forces is on schedule.

- He also believes that his prediction that the AFU will enter Crimea in the spring of 2023, may still come true. "I still have time in reserve," Budanov said.

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