Occupiers tried to disguise themselves: "Atesh" discovered the headquarters of one of Putin's army units in Yevpatoriia. Photo and video
Agents of the Atesh military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars have discovered the headquarters of one of the Russian army units in occupied Yevpatoriia in northwestern Crimea. Russian officers of this headquarters are trying to disguise themselves as civilians and hide their communication equipment.
This was reported in the Atesh Telegram channel on December 6. As noted, the movement's agents have been monitoring the work of the headquarters of an as-yet-unknown military unit in Yevpatoriia for several weeks.
"Officers tried to use civilian cars, wear civilian clothes, and hide military communication equipment. Every day we record the deployment of two or three cars with black number plates of 'especially important' commanders and the chief of staff," Atesh said.
The guerrillas also declassified the coordinates of the occupiers' military facility: 45.218658, 33.377439.
As reported by OBOZ.UA:
- The day before, Atesh said that the movement's agents had entered the territory of the occupiers' military unit in Bakhchisarai. They found large warehouses where the occupiers loaded their KamAZ trucks.
- On November 24, powerful explosions were heard in occupied Dzhankoi, and a fire engulfed the invaders' military unit. Atesh said that it was involved in the attack along with the locals, as all the data on the Russian Armed Forces was transmitted directly to the "decision-making centers of Ukraine."