Russians place missile systems near Lake Solene in Crimea

The occupiers placed missile systems near Lake Solene in the Crimean village of Molochne, Saky district.

“The movement of military equipment, ammunition, and personnel of the Russian army continues throughout the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimea. The sources of the Office reported that the occupiers had placed missile systems near Lake Solene in the Crimean village of Molochne, Saky district,” the Office of the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea posted on Facebook.

It is also noted that a cluster of Russian military equipment was spotted near the occupied Dzhankoy town: both damaged after battles and new units arriving from the territory of the Russian Federation.

As reported, Vadym Skibitskyi, a representative of the Chief Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, said that a battalion-tactical group of the airborne troops of the Russian Federation had been redeployed to the occupied Crimea after restoration.

https://www.ukrinform.net/rubric-ato/3541506-russians-place-missile-systems-near-lake-solene-in-crimea.html

5 comments

  1. The cockroaches are trying to protect Sevastopol with this measure. This, and the battalion tactical group being deployed on the peninsula, prove that the cockroaches are getting nervous and are expecting fighting there in the near future.

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      • That could be true. It’s a very big shame and a historic mistake to apply such a ball-and-chain on Ukraine’s ability to defend itself – not allowing them to strike mafia territory!

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