General Bulgakov gave the order. This is what the occupiers of Crimea are to do

According to intelligence, such an order was issued by Russia’s deputy defense minister Dmitry Bulgakov.

Threats to prosecution

“When information about the destruction of military facilities reaches the public, the occupiers will speak of carelessness or carelessness (…) to prevent even greater panic,” said HUR. He suspected that by pointing to the alleged guilty parties, the Russian authorities would announce that they would be brought to justice.

HUR also stated that after August explosions at military facilities in the Crimea thousands of Russians try to leave this territory as soon as possible.

Retreat of fighters

Moscow is withdrawing its fighters from Crimea to protect them from future attacks, Business Insider reported on Friday, citing secret report FOR THISreached by journalists. According to NATO data, the Russian armed forces have already deployed 10 fighters from Crimea to Russian territory – six Su-35S and four MiG-31BMs. At the same time, the Kremlin increased the number of surface-to-air tactical missiles on the peninsula in order to defend itself against future shelling.

On August 9, there was an explosion at the Saki military airfield near Novofedorivka in the Crimea, as a result of which about 20 Russian aircraft were destroyed or damaged. On August 16, however, it broke out fire at a transformer substation in the city of Jankoy and detonation of an ammunition warehouse in the nearby village of Majske.

Russia annexed Crimea in 2014; the international community declared the annexation illegal. Since the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine that began on February 24, the peninsula has been the base of the aggressor’s troops attacking the territories of southern Ukraine.

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