Ukrainian drones target key military sites in Crimea
The drones of the Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) successfully targeted several crucial military facilities in Crimea.
RBC-Ukraine reported this, referring to sources in law enforcement agencies.
According to sources, in the morning, SSU drones hit the Nebo-M radar system in the area of Baherovo, the helicopter parking lot, the P-18 Terek radar system, and the control system of the Baikal-1M anti-aircraft missile units near the settlement of Strilkovo.
"This morning's attack on military facilities in Crimea is the result of a special operation of the Security Service of Ukraine," the sources clarified.
The SSU announced that this was how they congratulated the occupiers on International Volunteer Day and also reminded them once more that the Ukrainian land would be set ablaze under the invaders' feet.
After the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine, explosions related to the strikes of drones and missiles on the locations of the invaders, equipment parking, etc., are regularly heard in various cities of the occupied Crimea. One of the most famous operations of Ukraine's armed forces is the attack on the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation in occupied Sevastopol.
Recently, on November 21, a series of explosions rang out in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol of Crimea. Eyewitnesses reported the first explosion in the central part of the city at around 12:15 p.m. After that, another one sounded. Even though an air raid alert was not announced in the city, later, as "Krymskiy Veter" wrote, at least five explosions were heard again.
On November 23, loud explosions rang out in Novofedorivka, Saksky district of the temporarily occupied Crimea. Eyewitnesses also claim the sounds of machine gun fire.
As noted by the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, Oleksiy Danilov, Ukraine has made huge gains from the destruction of Russian military resources in the occupied Crimea.