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Atesh partisans expose Russian military headquarters in Crimea

A unit of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in Yevpatoria
A unit of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in Yevpatoria

The pro-Ukrainian Atesh partisan movement in Crimea has reported that it uncovered a “hidden” Russian military headquarters in the occupied Crimean city of Yevpatoriya, sharing photos and videos of the discovery on Telegram on Dec. 6.

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Atesh agents have been observing the activities of the headquarters of an as-yet-unknown military unit in Yevpatoriya for several weeks now, according to the movement.

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<span class="copyright">A screenshot from the video of ATESH/Telegram</span>
A screenshot from the video of ATESH/Telegram

Russian officers tried to use civilian cars, wear civilian clothes, and conceal military communication equipment, in order to hide their true purpose the partisans say. Atesh also documented the presence of two to three cars with black license plates belonging to “particularly important” commanders and the chief of staff of the unit.

<span class="copyright">A screenshot from the video of ATESH/Telegram</span>
A screenshot from the video of ATESH/Telegram
<span class="copyright">A screenshot from the video of ATESH/Telegram</span>
A screenshot from the video of ATESH/Telegram

A representative of the Atesh had previously infiltrated one of the military units of Russian forces in Russian-occupied Bakhchysarai in Ukraine’s Crimea, where large warehouses are located, the partisans said.

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Partisans have also conducted reconnaissance of a Russian base in Novooleksiivka in the Kherson sector. Pro-Ukrainian partisans also announced the existence of a Russian military base in Tolyatti, Russia, where various types of ammunition are stored.

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