In the Main Directorate of Intelligence, the "cotton" in Crimea, which lasted on September 13-14, was called the "black days" of the occupiers. Active measures to destroy enemy equipment will continue.
This was announced by the representative of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine Andriy Yusov on the air of the telethon on September 19.
"This is part of a set of measures that is currently underway, and in fact, every morning we can actually read the news from this very action plan. News from Crimea appears especially often, and believe me, the occupiers feel these results," Yusov said.
He also stated that the last days, in particular September 13-14 and others, are "black days" for the occupiers, in particular in Crimea. According to him, they have not observed such an amount of damaged equipment and ammunition for a long time.
"To be continued, these are active measures that will continue," Yusov added.
Meanwhile, on September 19, photos of the Crimean bridge on the occupied peninsula smoking appeared on the Web.
And the day before, on September 17, explosions rang out in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. The Armed Forces of Ukraine are conducting additional reconnaissance to make sure that it was not an enemy provocation.
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