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Russians transferring old military eqpt from Crimea to mainland Ukraine

Russians transferring old military eqpt from Crimea to mainland Ukraine Illustrative photo (Photo: Getty Images)
Author: Daria Shekina

At the railway station in the temporarily occupied Dzhankoy, partisans have spotted Russian military equipment, which is presumably heading towards mainland Ukraine. This includes the transfer of old cargo trucks and tracked vehicles, according to information from the partisan group ATESH.

"Our agent reports that there is a storage of Russian military equipment at the Dzhankoy railway station. It appears to be heading towards mainland Ukraine," the message reads.

The equipment includes cargo trucks, closed wagons, and covered tracked vehicles. Partisans add that this equipment is already old and could break down at any moment.

"Due to significant losses in their equipment, the Russians are forced to de-conserve this old junk. They put their soldiers on equipment that is highly likely to malfunction at the most inconvenient moment. But the Russians do not value lives, not even their own people," said the partisans.

Photo: Russians are transferring old military equipment from Crimea to mainland Ukraine (

The Situation in Crimea

In recent months, there have been increasing incidents of various explosions in the temporarily occupied Crimea. Sometimes this involves strikes on the Russian fleet, while at other times, it includes missile or drone attacks on the peninsula or the Crimean Bridge.

For example, on August 23, Ukrainian defenders managed to destroy an S-400 anti-aircraft missile system near the village of Olenivka in Crimea.

On August 24, Ukrainian intelligence conducted a special operation on the peninsula, during which they eliminated enemy soldiers and destroyed boats.

Furthermore, recently, partisans discovered a base housing military equipment and personnel of the Russian Armed Forces on the outskirts of Bakhchysarai.