Russia has started jamming GPS in the occupied Crimea: The media revealed the aggressor's goal
Russian invaders regularly jam GPS over Ukrainian Crimea, temporarily occupied by the aggressor country. This should strengthen the protection of Russian military facilities from missile and drone strikes.
In particular, Russian ships have started transmitting incorrect location coordinates. This was stated by the Naval News portal.
"Since the beginning of November, several ships and boats in Sevastopol harbor have been reporting their location as Sevastopol International Airport. This is about 8 km north of their actual location. The vessels are transmitting their location via AIS," the publication noted.
The situation with ships whose AIS coordinates are not true indicates GPS interference affecting the AIS system.
It should be noted: On November 26, the Atesh guerrilla movement reported that the occupied peninsula has been experiencing regular Internet outages lately. Most likely, the signal is deliberately interrupted to prevent the transmission of information about the activity of Russian troops, members of the resistance movement suggested.
In this way, the Russians are trying to prevent concerned citizens from adjusting the strikes of the Ukrainian Defense Forces in Crimea.
"This once again emphasizes the importance of our unity in the struggle for freedom and liberation of the peninsula from the occupation regime. Despite these difficulties, we continue to make every effort to defeat the p*ssies and their supporters," Atesh said.
As OBOZ.UA wrote:
- "Earlier, agents of the Atesh movement found that the enemy was trying to hide its warships in the Quarantine Bay in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. They put them under surveillance.
- Atesh also conducted reconnaissance at the occupiers' facility in Feodosia, where a Russian shipyard is located. In addition, the agent conducted reconnaissance of the territory of military unit 80393 (Russian Black Sea Fleet) in Feodosia.