Russia has transferred 21,000 troops to Crimea and is building a military town - Denisova
The occupying authorities of the Russian Federation continue to increase their military presence in the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol.
The ombudsperson Liudmila Denisova reported on Telegram, Rubryka writes.
She noted that according to the information she received in the city of Feodosia, the occupying state had begun construction of a new regimental military town for 300 servicemen. In addition, under the pretext of eliminating the effects of floods, the aggressor relocated about 21 thousand people of special units and 1367 units of vehicles and special equipment to the peninsula.
"Besides, there are more than 31,000 privates and commanders of the armed forces of the occupying country on the peninsula," Denisova reminded.
She stressed that the rapid withdrawal of Russian troops to the temporarily occupied Crimea was contrary to international humanitarian law, and on July 6, 2021, the international community condemned the increase in the military presence in Crimea by adopting an urgent resolution of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.