“Liberate Crimea as soon as possible”: Resistance fighters hunt Russian warships

Russia is said to have stationed some of its warships in a bay on the Crimean peninsula. This is reported by German news website fr.de, citing information from the partisan group Atesh.

Atesh has made it one of its main objectives to detect Russian military ships and monitor the maritime area off Crimea. On their Telegram channel, the partisan movement Atesh posts: ‘We are carefully observing the types of ships and their routes. Agents are actively collecting information and passing it into the right hands, to focus all efforts on the rapid liberation of the peninsula from the occupiers.’

According to Atesh, Russia continues to use Crimea for their criminal activities and logistical purposes. However, the partisans are committed to ensuring that this does not continue for much longer and that the peninsula is liberated as quickly as possible.

These claims have not yet been independently verified and/or confirmed. Therefore, they should be considered with caution. In war, it can be advantageous for conflicting parties to deliberately spread misinformation to strengthen their own position or weaken that of the opponent.

Image: kremlin.ru, Совещание по развитию дальневосточных городов (2023-03-14) 02, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (Image size changed)

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