Members of the Atesh partisan movement are constantly monitoring the situation with the Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Crimea. In particular, they record the types of vessels that appear in the sea near the peninsula and track their routes.

This was reported by the press service of the movement.

"Atesh", in particular, continues to monitor the Quarantine Bay in Sevastopol.

"Warships are one of our priority targets, and therefore ATESH agents are continuously monitoring the maritime space off the coast of Crimea. We carefully monitor the types of vessels and their routes. Agents are actively collecting and transmitting information to the right hands, directing all efforts to liberate the peninsula from the ruscists as soon as possible," the statement reads.

The occupiers hide the ships in Sevastopol

The occupiers hide the ships in Sevastopol

The occupiers hide the ships in Sevastopol

The occupiers hide the ships in Sevastopol

The partisans noted that the occupiers continue to use Crimea for their criminal actions and logistical needs.

"However, we will not allow this to continue for a long time and will make every effort to release him as soon as possible," Atesh said.

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